Lancaster Motorcycle Accident Injures One - Prince And James
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Mar 09, 2015 in News
Posted on Mar 09, 2015
The Lancaster New Era/Lancaster Online is reporting that a Pennsylvania motorcycle rider was seriously injured when his motorcycle collided with a vehicle yesterday in Lancaster city. The crash occurred around 5:10 p.m. at North Prince and West James streets. The male rider was reported to be down in the road and unconscious.
He was transported to Lancaster General Hospital as a trauma patient, according to radio reports from the scene. Lancaster city police Sgt. Jeff Haas later said the rider, whom police didn't identify, had regained consciousness at the hospital and was in surgery Sunday night.
Haas classified the man's injuries as "very serious." No one in the vehicle was hurt.
The area around the crash site was closed for about five hours as officials investigated.
Haas said the incident remains under investigation. if you have any information about the Lancaster motorcycle accident please call the Lancaster city police.
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