The report states a southbound 2010 Toyota Corolla crossed the highway in front of the motorcycle 52 feet west of Bannister Hollow Road in Camden County. The motorcycle collided with the Toyota, and both occupants of the motorcycle were ejected.

A Macks Creek man was airlifted to treatment Wednesday evening after his motorcycle collided with a car in the eastbound lane of U.S. Highway 54.

Erik Larson, 49, was flown by the Staff for Life helicopter to Mercy Hospital in Springfield with injuries described as serious in the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. Rider Kelly A. Larson, 48, of Macks Creek received injuries described as moderate. She was taken by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital.

Larson was the driver of a 2002 Suzuki Intruder motorcycle that was eastbound on Highway 54 around 6:20 p.m. when the accident occurred. The report states a southbound 2010 Toyota Corolla crossed the highway in front of the motorcycle 52 feet west of Bannister Hollow Road in Camden County. The motorcycle collided with the Toyota, and both occupants of the motorcycle were ejected.

The driver of the Toyota was Hannah L. Lutz, 17, of Macks Creek. She was not listed as injured.

The motorcycle was listed as totaled while the car had extensive damage.

The report indicated Kelly Larson was wearing a helmet but states that is unknown whether Erik Larson was wearing a helmet. Lutz was wearing a seatbelt.