Serious Crash Leaves Motorcyclist With Serious Injuries

Cromwell, Conn. (WTNH) – A Lifestar Helicopter was needed to transport a patient suffering from serious injuries they received after they were thrown from a motorcycle after colliding with a car on Saturday. It happened at the intersection of Main Street (Route 99) and Shadow Lane just before 11:00 pm.  At least one of the people on the motorcycle was ejected. The passenger of the motorcycle appeared to have suffered serious life threatening injuries, and was transported to Saint Francis Hospital by Lifestar Helicopter. They are in critical condition. The driver of the motorcycle was also seriously injured. They were taken to Saint Francis Hospital by an ambulance.

The driver of the car and the passengers did not have any injuries. They were evaluated at the scene and not taken to any hospital.

An accident reconstruction team took a few hours to investigate the crash. Right now they are asking anyone who may have witnessed the crash, or has any information that would assist in this investigation, to contact Officer John Carlson or Sergeant Ryan Bengtson at the Cromwell Police Department.

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