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Two injured in motorcycle accident near Clat Adans Park

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Two persons were injured at 1:14 a.m. Tuesday when a motorcycle crashed into a curb in Clat Adams Park.

Christopher Trey Sexton, 25, of 640 Payson Ave., and his passenger, Ashlyn F. Brassfield, 21, of 2429 Northbrook Road, were taken by ambulance to Blessing Hospital for treatment.

A 2008 Kawaski ZX600 was traveling north in Clat Adams Park at 201 N. Front when the driver lost control due to malfunction and crashed into a curb. Both the driver and passenger were thrown from the motorcycle into a grassy area, according to the Quincy Police Department.

Sexton was issued a citation for operating an uninsured vehicle and was released on a notice to appear in court at a later date.

 

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