Two motorcyclists are hospitalized with major injuries after a crash Sunday afternoon

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, it happened just before 5 p.m. on Old Dixie Highway between Bunnell and Ormond Beach.

The FHP says a Lincoln driven by 82-year-old Faye Ryan turned left onto Plantation Bay Drive.

At the same time, a motorcycle with two people onboard was coming from the opposite direction.

The two collided head-on, sending the motorcyclists onto the hood and windshield of the Lincoln before landing on the pavement.

While Ryan suffered only minor injuries and was not taken to the hospital, the driver of the motorcycle, 53-year-old Joseph J. Terman and passenger Patricia Terman, also 53, were both badly injured.

Joseph Terman is listed in critical condition, and Patricia Terman is in serious condition.

The FHP is still investigating the crash, and charges have not yet been filed.

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