A Prosser couple critically injured in a motorcycle crash Thursday night remain in serious condition at a Seattle hospital.
Janice Rennebohm, 62, and Joe Toregrase, 46, were flown to Harborview Medical Center after a Benton City man crashed into them on Old Inland Empire Highway.
Chad Sehnert, 33, is suspected of being under the influence of drugs at the time of the collision, court documents said.
Rennebohm and Toregrase are still in the intensive care unit and are considered to be stable, but have multiple surgeries ahead of them, said Rennebohm's daughter, Raegan Rennebohm.
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They are dealing with multiple broken bones, a crushed pelvis and other critical injuries, she said.
"It's pretty bad. It's really bad," said Reagan Rennebohm, who lives in Oak Harbor. "Those doctors definitely saved their lives. ... But it's going to be a long, very long, road to recovery."
Toregrase works at Rattlesnake Mountain Harley-Davidson in Kennewick. Rennebohm is retired. The couple have been together for 25 years, Rennebohm's daughter said.
Toregrase was on a 1994 Harley-Davidson Road King, with Rennebohm on back, when a 2012 GMC pickup, driven by Sehnert, crossed into their lane and slammed into them.
Sehnert is being held in the Benton County jail for investigation of two counts of vehicular assault.
Raegan Rennebohm said her mother and Toregrase had been at a friend's home for dinner Thursday and were on their way home when they were hit.
"They were right down the street from their house," she said.
An account has been set up at U.S. Bank to help the couple with medical expenses. Donations can be made at any branch to the Janice Rennebohm and Joe Toregrase medical fund.