Rider Injured in Newark Motorbike Crash

Motorcyclist Injured after Slamming into the back of Van in Delaware

Newark Motorcycle Crash

Rider Injured in Newark Motorcycle Crash

Newark, Delaware ( July 31, 2017) – A motorcycle rider was injured after colliding with a van in Newark Sunday afternoon according to Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder, and Delaware Police.

The crash took place at about 1:30 p.m. at the intersection of Martindale Drive and E. Chestnut Hill in Newark.

Crews arrived at the crash site and located a van with rear-end damage and a motorcycle damaged at the front end.

The motorcycle rider was being treated while Troopers investigated the incident.

Chestnut Hill Road traffic was diverted into the Shoprite parking lot as crews removed debris from the roadway.

The motorcyclist refused to be hospitalized after the treatment.

Limited information regarding the cause of the crash was available at this time.

Officials are still investigating the accident to determine its cause and the responsible party.

It is a distressing experience when one is injured in a crash due to the negligence of a third party. If you are hurt by a negligent party, it is advisable to file a case in court. A personal attorney will help you fight for your rights and ensure that justice is administered. The personal injury attorneys at Edelstein Martin & Nelson-Wilmington will help you be compensated financially for your injuries, wage loss, or pain and distress experienced in an accident. You can call us today at (888)-208-8864.

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