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Motorcyclist Critically Injured in Crash

Motorcyclist Critically Injured in Crash

Motorcyclist Critically Injured in Crash

A New York motorcyclist was severely hurt in a crash that happened on Route 7 going Southbound on Monday night of April 30.

Nathan Spiro from Bedford was driving south on Route 7 when he lost control of his motorcycle.

The police report that two other vehicles were involved in the accident.

The vehicles included a 2014 Jeep Compass Latitude that was being driven by Jorge Rodriguez-Novascatala and a 2007 Prius that was being driven by Kathleen Sophia Abouzeide.

The drivers of the vehicles were not hurt in the accident, and the cars did not need to be towed.

The Route 7 southbound area near exit 2 was closed for several hours while police looked into the crash.

This is all that is known about this accident at this time. We will update you if we find out more.

Have you been injured in a motorcycle accident? Was the accident caused by the negligent actions of someone else? If so, you could seek compensation by filing a personal injury claim. A personal injury attorney can help you with this. Call Frekhtman & Associates today at (212) 222-111 to talk to a diligent lawyer.

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