A Racine woman driving without a license on July 5 caused a serious crash, police say, injuring a motorcyclist.

Lyliana Reyes Medic, 52, was driving an SUV in the inside lane of the 200 block of North Memorial Drive, according to the criminal complaint, when she turned right into a driveway, cutting across the curb lane and going into the path of the motorcycle.

The driver of the motorcycle was injured in the crash. About three weeks after the crash, the motorcyclist told a police officer that the crash caused an injury to the back of her left heel that required surgery to repair. The site became infected, and she needed to have surgery, and was scheduled for a skin graft.

She said doctors told her her heel would never be the same, and that she would not have feeling in the area once the repairs were completed.

Reyes Medic was cited for operating without a license and improper turn. The criminal charge was filed Thursday. She is out of custody on a $5,000 signature bond.

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