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Motorcyclist injured in Anderson motorcycle accident

May 8, 2008 | Motorcycle Accident, Personal Injury


May 8, 2008

According to The Herald Bulletin, a motorcyclist suffered severe injuries after his Harley-Davidson motorcycle collided with a sports utility vehicle.

The cause of the Anderson motorcycle accident has yet to be determined by police officials, but they believe the sun may be to blame.

The driver of the SUV and her three-year-old toddler were uninjured in the Anderson motorcycle accident, however, the motorcyclist was treated at a nearby hospital for road rash and a neck injury.

The motorcyclist was not wearing a helmet at the time of the Anderson motorcycle accident.

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