Man ejected from motorcycle air lifted to Christiana Hospital

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Police are investigating a motorcycle crash that injured one who was not wearing a helmet and was air lifted to Christiana Hospital.

WILMINGTON: Shortly after 4:00 P.M. Saturday, emergency crews were on the scene of a motorcycle crash on Thomson Station Road in Wilmington. The crash site is just west of Concord Pike.


According to New Castle county Paramedics, the operator of the motorcycle, a 50 year old male was not wearing a helmet when he crashed and was ejected.

Police spokesman CPL. David McKinney said when emergency crews arrived they found the man walking around in the area of Thompson Station Road and Ramsey Road.

The victim was treated for head and chest injuries before being air lifted to Christiana Hospital in stable condition.

Delaware State Police are investigating.


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