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At least two still hospitalized after ATV-motorcycle crash

At least two still hospitalized after ATV-motorcycle crash

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HUDSON — At least two people remained hospitalized early Thursday after a collision involving a motorcycle and an all-terrain vehicle Tuesday night near Lake Bloomington.

Larry Stewart, 69, of Lexington was at OSF St. Joseph Medical Center, Bloomington, and Tammy Cermak, 36, of Bloomington was at Advocate BroMenn Medical Center, Normal. Both were listed in stable condition.

Douglas Peden, 64, of Bloomington was flown to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria, that night but his condition remains unavailable.

The ATV had been northbound on McLean County Road 1925 East when it turned west onto P.J. Keller Highway  and was struck in the rear by a motorcycle, police said. The accident was reported at 6:47 p.m.

Peden was riding the motorcycle, and Cermak was his passenger, police said. The ATV was driven by Michael Baker, 38, of Towanda, who was not injured, and Stewart was his passenger.

The accident remained under investigation.

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