Motorcyclist Hurt in Traffic Accident on West Prince Road

TUCSON, AZ (September 12, 2022) – Thursday morning, a motorcycle crash on Stone Avenue left on man hospitalized.

The incident happened on September 8th, in the morning in the area of North Stone Avenue and West Prince Road.

According to reports, the motorcyclist was riding in the area, when, for reasons currently unknown, the motorcycle collided with another vehicle. Due to the impact of the collision, the rider suffered life-threatening injuries.

Emergency crews arrived at the site of the crash shortly after and transported the rider to a local hospital.

Meanwhile, the driver of the vehicle remained at the scene and cooperated with the authorities.

When driving, it is important to keep an eye out for motorcyclists. Check all your mirrors and blind spots for motorcycles before merging with traffic or changing lanes, especially at intersections. Also, allow more following distance when behind a motorcycle. This gives them more time to react or stop in case of an emergency. If you are riding a motorcycle, do not underestimate the bike’s speed. Use hand and turn signals when you change lanes or turn. To increase visibility, wear brightly colored clothes and reflective tape. Create safer roads and save lives by abiding by all traffic laws and observing safety precautions.

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