By Cass Rains, Staff Writer
Enid News & Eagle
ENID, Okla. —
A 26-year-old Enid woman suffered a broken leg Wednesday afternoon after she was struck by a car while riding her motorcycle at Grand and Randolph.
Adriana P. Sieger was taken from the scene of 12:34 p.m. collision by Life EMS to Integris Bass Baptist Health Center with a fractured leg, according to an Enid Police Department report.
Wende M. McKenzie, 45, of Enid, was southbound on Grand in the inside lane and making a left-hand turn onto Randolph when she struck Sieger’s motorcycle as it came through the intersection, according to the report. McKenzie said there was a southbound truck making a left-hand turn onto Randolph that blocked her view of Sieger.
McKenzie further stated Sieger must have switched from the inside to the outside lane as she crossed the intersection.
A witness next to McKenzie in traffic in the outside lane of Grand told police she did not see Sieger until the truck turned. A second witness, who was northbound on Grand in the outside lane next to Sieger, told police he saw McKenzie turn in front of Sieger, causing Sieger to strike McKenzie’s vehicle and throw Sieger into the vehicle’s windshield.
Officer Kelly Smith spoke with Sieger at the emergency room. Sieger told Smith she was northbound on Grand when McKenzie turned in front of her, causing her to be thrown from her motorcycle and into the windshield of the vehicle.
Medical staff advised that Sieger had suffered a broken right leg and were running further tests, according to the report. McKenzie was cited for failure to yield right of way.