Charge Expected to be Laid in Motorcycle Accident
A bike collided with a half-ton truck north of the Village of Bath
Story by Paul Bradley
A biker from outside the province has suffered some broken bones after colliding with a truck north of the village of Bath.
RCMP say at about 9:30 Tuesday morning, June 12, a 33-year-old man driving a motorcycle failed to stop at the Cahill Road, Route 565 intersection and ran into a half-ton truck.
The motorcyclist suffered a broken leg and wrist and was transported to hospital.
The driver of the truck was unhurt.
Police say they expect to lay a charge for a traffic voilation against the biker.