BRADENTON -- A motorocyclist is in stable condition after being hit by a vehicle, according to the Bradenton Police Department.
The incident occurred Friday afternoon near the corner of Sixth Avenue West and First Street in Bradenton. Shortly after 3 p.m., multiple police vehicles were on scene, as well as firefighters with the Bradenton Fire Department.
Bradenton Police Captain William Fowler, who was at the scene helping to direct traffic, later provided an update to a Herald reporter.
�The guy�s in stable condition and the at-fault driver was cited,� Fowler said Friday evening. �She was cited for running a stop sign.�
At the scene, the motorcycle was propped in the middle of the road, with a large puddle underneath it. The air smelled of gasoline.
A woman nearby with a cane cried in the arms of another woman, who declined to speak to the Herald.
No further information was provided on the crash.