Update: Authorities Provide More Details Regarding Yesterday’s Motorcycle Crash

 

Near Elsmere – At approximately 3:45 pm yesterday afternoon New Castle County Paramedics, along with Cranston Heights and Elsmere Fire Companies responded to the intersection of Faulkland Road and Centre Road for a motor vehicle crash involving a motorcyclist, according to Paramedic First Class Yvonne Russell.

Russell said upon arrival New Castle County Paramedics found the patient, 25-year-old male, operator of the motorcycle, in care of emergency medical technicians (EMT’s). The patient suffered injuries to his arms, back and leg. The patient was transported to Christiana Hospital via Cranston Heights Fire Company ambulance accompanied by New Castle County Paramedics. The patient was in serious condition at the time of transport.

Delaware State Police is investigating the crash.

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Near Elsmere – Just before 3:30 rescue crews from Cranston Heights and Elsmere Fire Companies responded to the intersection of 141 and Faulkland Road for an accident involving a car and a motorcycle.

Trooper 4 was alerted an was in route to the scene when they were canceled. It is unclear what the riders injuries are at this time.

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