PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A motorcyclist was airlifted with critical injuries Saturday after colliding with a minivan on Highway 26 in Clackamas County, according to officials.

Oregon State Police said 24-year-old Mitchell Rogers of Sandy was driving a Yamaha motorcycle west on Highway 26, while 65-year-old Ronald Young of Portland was heading south in a Dodge Caravan. When Young reportedly tried to cross the highway on Stone Road, police say he collided with Rogers.

Rogers was airlifted with life-threatening injuries. Young was reportedly not injured in the crash.

Police said they are investigating excessive speed by Rogers on the motorcycle and impairment of Young as possible factors in the crash.

OSP noted a third, uninvolved driver was stopped at the scene and arrested for DUII.

The collision closed Highway 26 for nearly 7 hours.