The Ohio Highway Patrol has cited a driver accused of pulling in front of motorcyclists taking part in a charity ride, resulting in crashes with serious injuries.

One count of failure to yield on a left turn was filed Thursday against 65-year-old Gloria Dothard of Lowellville.

Troopers say drove her SUV into the path of two oncoming motorcycles on Route 616 as Dothard was pulling into a private drive in Coitsville on Sunday.

According to the patrol, two motorcyclists veered off the road to avoid hitting the SUV, crashing on the side of the road.

One of the bikers, 56-year-old Paul Halfelder of Youngstown was taken to Mercy Hospital with serious injuries,

Another motorcyclist, 55-year-old Harold Hagerty, and his passenger, Patricia Hagerty, 56, both of Youngstown, were also hospitalized with serious injuries.

The two motorcycles were participating in the Teddy Foltz Memorial Run at the time of the crash.

Dothard is scheduled to appear before a judge in Campbell Municipal Court on July 11 for an arraignment.