Van Flees Dragging Motorcycle 200 Feet

Posted by George Tait | Mar 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

A dark green or blue older model Chrysler minivan that had handicap plates hit and dragged a motorcyclist 200 feet and then fled the scene yesterday in Ogden, Utah. Both vehicles were traveling south on Harrison Boulevard near the 4100 block at about 3:30 yesterday afternoon. Despite several leads Ogden City Police have not yet found the driver of the van. If you have any information call the police at 801-629-8060. Fox News has a good article on the crash.

The motorcyclist has been identified as 22-year-old Sean Lisonbee who remains in critical condition. Lisonbee is a partner at Garage Tatoo in Ogden and friends have set up an account to help pay for his medical bills – Gofundme. As of the time of this article they have raised $1,510.

If the driver of the van who fled the scene of an accident is apprehended he or she will be in violation of Utah Code 41-6a-401.3 and be cited with leaving the scene of the crash. The penalty for leaving the scene of the crash may be as high as a third degree felony – up to five years in prison and and a fine of not less than $750 and up to $5,000.

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George Tait

Since 2004 George Tait has dedicated his practice to helping injured people and their families get fair and full compensation from the insurance companies. Before becoming an attorney George Tait was a Registered Nurse for over 15 years. The last years of his nursing career were in the Universit...


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