A 26-year-old Norristown woman was injured during a Tuesday morning crash on Gravel Pike at Plank Road, in which a Schwenksville woman allegedly failed to stop at a marked stop sign, according to the Pennsylvania State Police.
Gladys Molina, of Schwenksville, was turning left on to Gravel Pike from Plank Road in her Volvo S60 when she struck Marilyn Steckiel, 26, of Norristown, who was riding a Honda Interceptor motorcycle, around 7:30 a.m. according to police.
Steckiel was thrown from her motorcycle and landed in the southbound lane of Gravel Pike; Molina went on to strike a tree and came to a rest in the southbound shoulder of Gravel Pike, police said.
Both Molina, 57, and her 15-year-old passenger were uninjured.
Lower Frederick EMS transported Steickel to Paoli Hospital with injuries of an unknown severity, according to police, and both vehicles sustained disabling damage and were towed from the scene.
The crash affected Perkiomen Valley High School, which delayed homeroom due to traffic detours caused by the crash.
Molina was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign.