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UPDATE: Louisville EMS supervisor in stable condition after motorcycle wreck

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Police say when the SUV stopped in front of the motorcycle, the motorcycle was unable to stop in time and clipped the vehicle. Police say when the SUV stopped in front of the motorcycle, the motorcycle was unable to stop in time and clipped the vehicle.
Police also say neither the man nor the woman were wearing helmets. Police also say neither the man nor the woman were wearing helmets.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- EMS Officials say Major Don Scheer was alert, talking and in stable condition after a motorcycle accident Wednesday night.

A Metro EMS spokesperson also said his injuries were not life threatening.

The Louisville EMS supervisor was rushed to University Hospital with a police escort around 9 p.m., according to MetroSafe.

Police on scene told WDRB a man and a woman were riding a motorcycle on Bardstown Road when an SUV stopped in front of them. The motorcycle was unable to stop in time and clipped the vehicle. Police also said neither were wearing helmets. 

The woman on the motorcycle suffered non-life threatening injuries and was also taken to University Hospital. 

According to police, no one else was injured.

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