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Motorcycle rider injured in crash with van

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QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) -

A Quincy man was injured when a minivan turned in front of his motorcycle Friday afternoon.

The crash happened just after 5 o'clock south of the 12th and Harrison intersection.

Police say Amanda Altgilbers turned left into a private drive in front of an oncoming motorcycle driven by Seth Burton.

He was taken to Blessing Hospital for treatment.  Altgilbers also went to Blessing for evaluation.

Altgilbers got ticketed for causing the accident.  Burton also got two tickets for not having a motorcycle classification or valid proof of insurance.

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