Man Seriously Injured in Motorcycle Collision on 12th Avenue South [Burien, WA]

Man Seriously Injured in Motorcycle Collision on 12th Avenue South [Burien, WA]

Man Seriously Injured in Motorcycle Collision on 12th Avenue South [Burien, WA]

48-Year-Old Motorcyclist Hospitalized after Collision with Car near South 132nd Street

 
BURIEN, WA (June 19, 2018) – A man was hospitalized Tuesday evening following a motorcycle collision on 12th Avenue South.
 
As per reports, a 48-year-old motorcyclist was traveling on 12th Avenue South near South 132nd Street when he was struck by a car. Officers rushed the man to the Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where it was confirmed that he suffered critical injuries from the crash. Updates and details regarding the motorcyclist’s condition were not immediately available.
 
Events that led up to the crash are still unknown at this time. An investigation is ongoing to determine who was at fault and what factors possibly contributed to the collision. No further details have been disclosed to the public.
 
When driving, it is crucial to always be careful of motorcyclists, pedestrians, and bicyclists on the road. Motorcycle accidents are extremely dangerous because of their lack of protection and lightweight bodies. By paying attention to your surroundings and driving within the designated speed limit, dangerous collisions can be prevented.


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