Two people were taken to Holland Hospital following a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of 120th Avenue and James Street.


An Ottawa County Sheriff's investigation into the crash found a Jeep Grand Cherokee, operated by a 38-year-old Zeeland man, was traveling south on 120th Avenue.


The driver attempted to turn left onto eastbound James Street when he collided with a Harley Davidson motorcycle operated by a 41-year-old Coopersville man. A 42-year-old Coopersville woman was also an occupant on the motorcycle.


The motorcycle was traveling northbound through the intersection of James Street with a green traffic light when it collided with the Jeep.


The collision caused the motorcycle to propel backward into a 2014 Audi, which was stopped in the left-turn lane of southbound 120th Avenue at James Street. The Audi was operated by a 20-year old Holland woman.


The driver of the Jeep said he did not see the oncoming motorcycle prior to turning left.


The occupants of the motorcycle were transported to Holland Hospital via AMR ambulance to be treated for serious injuries.


The occupants were wearing helmets at the time of the crash.


Neither the drivers of the Jeep nor the Audi suffered injuries in the crash.