BAKER CITY — A Baker City man who was seriously hurt in a motorcycle crash May 4 is improving in a Boise hospital.

Terris Blain Webb, 50, who was in critical condition after being brought to Saint Alphonsus Medical Center in Boise, had improved to fair condition as of Monday, May 9, hospital spokesman Mark Snider said.

Webb was hurt when the motorcycle he was riding went off Highway 86 along the Powder River and plunged down a 25-foot embankment on the afternoon of May 4.

Webb was riding east on the highway through the Powder River Canyon, about 27 miles east of Baker City and 13 miles west of Richland. He rode off the highway on a curve, according to an Oregon State Police report.

Police found Webb a short distance from the Honda motorcycle.

An emergency helicopter brought Webb to the Boise hospital.

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