Two crashes, two days

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Grand Junction Police officers investigate a motorcycle vs. SUV crash at Fourth Street and North Avenue Thursday morning. According to the officers, the SUV traveling west on North Avenue turned left in front of a eastbound cyclist.
The rider, who was not wearing a helmet, clipped the rear of the SUV and was taken to the hospital. The driver of the SUV was not injured.
This is the second of two motorcycle accidents that have occurred in the past two days in the city.

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