Motorcycle rider's crash injuries not fatal

Driver cited for running red light

Kingman police and firefighters clean up an accident scene Friday. A motorcyclist went to a Las Vegas hospital with serious injuries. (KIM STEELE0Miner)

Kingman police and firefighters clean up an accident scene Friday. A motorcyclist went to a Las Vegas hospital with serious injuries. (KIM STEELE0Miner)

KINGMAN - The motorcycle rider who was injured after he was struck by a car on Stockton Hill Road in front of Kingman Regional Medical Center Friday afternoon will survive serious but non-life-threatening injuries, according to Kingman Police spokeswoman Jennifer Sochocki.

The 29-year-old Kingman man was taken to Sunrise Medical Center in Las Vegas after the accident, which occurred at about 4:35 p.m. when Mohammad A. Subhan, 58, of Kingman, allegedly turned left from Stockton Hill Road to enter KRMC after the light turned red.

The motorcyclist had to slow due to traffic as the light turned from green to yellow.

The crash sent the motorcyclist over the top of Subhan's 2007 Lexus.

Subhan was treated for minor injuries at KRMC and was cited for failure to stop for a red light.