One person was hospitalized after a Harley Davidson motorcycle collided with a car on Oak Park Avenue Sunday morning, police said. The motorcycle driver was transported and reportedly remains in stable condition, a Tinley Park officer at the scene told Patch. Police said the Harley was northbound on Oak Park Avenue, just after 10 a.m., when a four-door sedan was making a left-hand turn from West Point Drive to head southbound. The bike struck the front, driver's side of the car. Officers who were still at the scene at about 2 p.m. were not sure how many people were in the sedan or if anyone from the car was hospitalized. Emergency crews had closed down a stretch of Oak Park Avenue while the crash was cleaned up.
Oak Park Avenue between 183rd and 191st streets is closed due to a crash, an official said.
Tinley Park police and emergency management are on the scene.
Drivers are advised to avoid that stretch of Oak Park Avenue until it is cleared.