Two Boston police motorcycles collided near the Boston Pride Parade route Saturday.
Police said early reports indicate the motorcycles bumped into one another and struck a pedestrian as well on Beacon and Charles streets.
Boston Police Commissioner William Evans said it appears the officers were responding to a medical incident when for some reason there was some kind of the collision. The collision also collected a pedestrian.
The three people suffered minor injuries, and the accident had no effect on the parade route.
Police are still investigating to determine what exactly caused this to happen.
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