Couple seriously injured in motorcycle collision

A man and woman riding on a motorcycle were seriously injured Sunday when they were struck by a car at a Carlsbad Village intersection, police said.

The victims were traveling on Carlsbad Boulevard around 11:20 a.m. when a car driven by a teenage girl pulled out from the intersection of Christiansen Way and collided with their motorcycle, police said.

A woman passenger on the bike was flown to a hospital, and the male driver was transported by ground ambulance.

The intersection is controlled by a stop sign on Christiansen Way, but Carlsbad Boulevard traffic does not need to stop.

The driver of the car, a resident of Upland, was not arrested, but an investigation continued, police said.

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