The driver of a motorcycle was cited after losing control on the JFK Expressway Monday afternoon.
Omaha Police say a motorcycle was traveling northbound on JFK with two riders. The driver, 40-year-old Gustavo Macias-Najera, lost control near the L Street off-ramp. He and his passenger, 38-year-old Lisa Bruber, were thrown from the motorcycle.
Macias-Najera suffered several lacerations and road rash. He was cited for driving during suspension, careless driving, no insurance, no motorcycle endorsement, and a stolen license plate.
Bruber was admitted to the intensive care unit at Creighton Medical Center with broken ribs and fractures to her left arm. She is expected to recover.
Both riders were wearing DOT approved helmets.