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Biker Injured

by Bobby Blair
June 19, 2013

A motorcyclist was injured on Wednesday at 12:07 p.m. at the intersection of Cross and Washington Streets.

It was unclear as to whether the cyclist was hit, or was thrown from his bike while trying to avoid a pickup truck.

The motorcyclist was transported to Milford Regional Hospital. Sgt. Craig Denman and Officer Scott Downey investigated.

 

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Comments (2)

Neither happened. This guys brakes locked and he fell on his own. I was behind him and stopped to help. Hope he's doing ok!

- Erin Dumas | 6/20/13 6:51 AM

I hope everyone is OK. I was driving on Marshall Street on Saturday and the sun was in my eyes and a truck was coming fast towards me and there was a woman running on the side of the road. I found myself in a very scary situation. Thankfully, no one was hurt. I wish people would be considerate of each other on the road and follow the rules of the road.

- Mary | 6/19/13 2:27 PM

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