Crash at intersection off of bowling

Crash at intersection off of Bowling St.

From what I saw a car pulled out and hit a motorcycle at an intersection off of Bowling. The man on the motorcycle was sent off in an ambulance and the man in the car seemed fine as he was walking around.
By Clayton Karkosh

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haley welch says ... on Monday, Jun 11 at 11:32 PM

Hi Lori I am the motorcyclists daughter. It is very kind of you to pray for my dad and us. He is very thankful to the people that called the accident in so quickly and esp the woman who comforted him directly after the accident. Thank you

Joe says ... on Friday, Jun 8 at 7:49 AM

Lori, he is my father, and seems to have gotten very lucky. He sustained some breaks and will be laid up for the summer, but there were no brain injuries. He should make a full recovery and is in good spirits. Thank you for your concern.

Lori says ... on Thursday, Jun 7 at 8:51 PM

I also saw the accident, do you happen to know who he is? I am praying for him and his family and would like to know how he is doing. thank you!

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