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A motorcycle rear-ended a car in Youngstown and the driver walked away without injury.
The accident happened just before midnight Tuesday at the intersection of Midlothian Boulevard and Shady Run Road.
Police said a car was sitting at a red light when the motorcycle failed to stop and hit the rear end of the car.
The driver of the motorcycle was not seriously hurt and refused to be taken to the hospital.
The motorcycle driver was wearing a helmet.