Updated at 11:50 a.m. on Friday, April 8

One of the two people involved in a motorcycle crash in Fairbanks Wednesday has died as a result of their injuries.

According to a release from the Fairbanks Police Department, Lakeisha Nollner-Albert, 20, died Thursday at around 2 p.m. Both her and 22-year-old Clayton Nelson were flown to an Anchorage hospital following the crash.

Next of kin has been notified. The police investigation into the crash is ongoing.

Anyone with information on the crash is asked to call Fairbanks police at 450-6500.

Original Story:

Two people have been flown to an Anchorage hospital for treatment, after being injured when a vehicle collided with their dirt bike in Fairbanks Wednesday.

In a Facebook post Thursday morning, the Fairbanks Police Department stated 22-year-old Clayton Nelson has a broken femur and pelvis, while 20-year-old Lakeisha Nollner-Albert suffered head injuries during the crash and is still listed in critical condition.


UPDATE ON THE 21ST AVENUE/COWLES MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION: Lakeisha Nollner-Albert and Clayton Nelson, occupants of the…

Posted by Fairbanks Police Department on Thursday, April 7, 2016


The collision happened just after 2 p.m. Wednesday between their dirt bike and an orange Subaru Crosstrek, Fairbanks police said. The driver of the Subaru reported looking both directions after coming up on a stop sign on 21st Avenue, but when she pulled out onto Cowles Street, she collided with the dirt bike.

The driver of the Subaru was uninjured, but the pair on the dirt bike were taken to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital. The driver of the dirt bike, Nelson, sustained a leg injury during the crash. His passenger, Nollner-Albert suffered “serious incapacitating injuries,” according to police. Neither of them was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash and were both thrown from the bike.

While police investigate the crash, the intersection of 21st Avenue and Cowles Street remains closed.

Anyone with information on the crash is asked to call Fairbanks police at 450-6500.