Mill Creek motorcyclist seriously injured in Highway 9 crash

The rider, 31, lost control as he headed north at the intersection with 216th Street SE.

MALTBY — A motorcyclist suffered serious injuries Thursday in a crash on Highway 9 near Maltby.

The rider, 31, lost control of his 2008 Harley Davidson bike at 7:10 p.m. as he headed north at the intersection with 216th Street SE, according to the Washington State Patrol.

The Mill Creek man crashed into a concrete barrier. His bike came to a rest in a southbound lane of highway.

A helicopter airlifted him to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. He remained in critical condition Friday.

Troopers are investigating why he lost control.

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