Snyder County Motorcycle Accident Appears to Have Been Caused by Phantom Vehicle
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Jul 11, 2012 in General
June 6, 2012 – Reports are that a 43-year-old Beavertown man is listed in serious condition following a motorcycle accident Monday afternoon June 4, 2012 in Snyder County.
Michael A. Zimmerman was traveling south on U.S. 522 in Franklin Township, Snyder County, on a 2002 Harley-Davidson, when an unsecured ladder fell off a pickup truck traveling ahead of him.
According to the report, several vehicles quickly stopped before striking the ladder, but Zimmerman was thrown from his motorcycle as he attempted to stop rapidly. He was flown to Geisinger Medical Center.
The crash is still under investigation. If you have more information on the accident contact the Pennsylvania State Police in Selinsgrove.
This accident appears to have been caused by a phantom vehicle. This is one type of situation that uninsured motorist coverage will compensate you for and a reason why you should always purchase this coverage.
Police were assisted by the Middleburg Fire Co. and Middleburg Ambulance.
The Pennsylvania car accident and injury attorneys with Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyers can answer any questions you may have if you are injured, especially if you or a loved one have been seriously injured due to the intentional, negligence or recklessness of another person, company or organization in a car, truck or motorcycle accident in Harrisburg, Central Pennsylvania and anywhere in the Commonwealth.