In a collision, a motorcycle rider sustains significant injuries.
Following a collision, a motorcyclist was brought to the hospital with significant injuries.
At 8.58 p.m. on Tuesday, police were dispatched to the Town Lane Kew roundabout in Southport following reports of a collision involving a Kia and a Kawasaki motorcycle.
The motorbike’s rider, a 59-year-old man, was carried to the hospital with significant but non-life-threatening injuries, according to police.
Mum discovered her daughter on a bloody pillow and was unable to wake her.
Merseyside Police stated today that the driver of the Kia pulled over to the side of the road and is supporting officers with their investigations.
Merseyside Police’s Force Incident Manager told The Washington Newsday on Tuesday: “At 8.58 p.m., officers were dispatched to the Town Lane Kew roundabout after receiving allegations of a collision involving a Kia and a Kawasaki motorcycle.
“They both came to a halt and aided the cops.
“The ambulance service checked a 59-year-old guy, a motorbike driver, at the site, and determined that his injuries were not life threatening.
“There have been no arrests.”
Merseyside Police added the following in a new post today: “The rider of the motorcycle was brought to the hospital with significant but not life-threatening injuries.
“The driver of the Kia pulled over to the side of the road and is assisting police with their investigation.”
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