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Two in critical condition
Two people remain in critical condition after the motorcycle they were on was struck by a minivan Monday night at Schoeneck and Indiantown road in West Cocalico Township, police said. The motorcyclist, Jordan Schouten, 25, of Lititz, and his passenger, Lisa Kreider, 23, of Ephrata, were taken by ambulance to Lancaster General Hospital after the 8:24 p.m. wreck, East Cocalico Township police reported. Both were in critical condition as of Wednesday morning, according to a hospital spokeswoman. Saloma Renno, 26, of Ephrata, was driving a minivan eastbound on Indiantown Road and stopped at the stop sign, police said. Schouten was driving southbound on Schoeneck Road. Renno pulled out into the path of the motorcycle, police said. Renno and her four children in the minivan were not injured. Schouten and Kreider were wearing helmets, police said. Schoeneck Fire Company, Medic 4 and 12, and Ephrata Ambulance assisted at the scene, police said. The accident remains under investigation and police ask any witnesses to call East Cocalico Township police Officer Steven Savage at 336-1725. Tipsters may also call Lancaster City/County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-322-1913.