Two in Critical Condition Following Motorcycle Accident, GOODRICH, June 9, 2009 - Shortly after 9 pm on June 8, 2009 a black Honda Goldwing Motorcycle driven by Bruce Gilcrest, 56, of Porter, was south-bound on US-59 in Goodrich. As Gilcrest attempted to change to the right lane, he lost control of the bike and slid. Both Gilcrest and his passenger, Jennifer Hazlett, 38, of Spring were ejected from the bike and sustained serious injuries. The motorcycle came to rest on the right shoulder of 59 south as Gilcrest and Brown lay motionless on the pavement of 59. Polk County Sheriff's Deputies Lee Rogers and David Ramsey were dispatched to the scene along with Americare Ambulance Service and DPS Troopers Ramey Bass, Bill Clark, and Goodrich Emergency Management Coordinator, Ken Hambrick. Both victims were in critical condition. EMS personnel from Americare began CPR right on the highway as they tried to keep Brown alive. Life flight was summoned but Brown was in such critical condition, she couldn't be flown, however, Gilcrest was flown to Houston for treatment while Hazlett was taken to Livingston Memorial Hospital. Gilcrest sustained major head trauma. All traffic on 59 South was blocked as the accident was being investigated and cleared. According to Trooper Bass, the accident is under investigation, however, it is initially believed that un-even pavement is what caused Gilcrest to lost control of his motorcycle. Earlier in the day, fresh blacktop pavement was laid down in the right lane, but not the left lane causing there to be uneven pavement. At time of press, both victims are still alive. The motorcycle was towed by a rollback wrecker from Ken's Towing and it'll be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston. The scene was cleared by 12 am.