Oxford Circle – At 6:30 o’clock in the morning of Tuesday, a crash occurred along the outer north lanes of Roosevelt Blvd. Police reported that there were some people injured.

Photo coming from Chopper 6 HD above the scene revealed that a silver-colored minivan had a damaged windshield and lying nearby was a motorcycle.

No information was given on the number of people injured and their condition.

Due to the mishap, authorities had to close the northbound outer lanes of Roosevelt Blvd. at the scene. Traffic sent advisories for motorists to use only the inner lanes.

Nowadays, motorcycle accidents are common with so many vehicles plying the roads. Last week, one person died after a motorcycle mishap in the Twp. of Westtown.

The mishap happened on Block 1400 along the Manley Road Monday morning.

Upon reaching the scene, officers learned that a car and a motorcycle collided just outside the Summit House Condominiums. The motorcycle hit the car and due to the impact, the motorcycle then crashed to a mailbox and a telephone pole.

The motorcycle operator was pronounced dead at the scene; however, the driver of the car was not injured in the accident.

Police are requesting individuals who witnessed the crash to contact the Westtown-East Goshen Regional Police Department for more information.

Last week, Police reported that there was a second fatality following a motorcycle crash in Delmar.

Del state police stated that John English, age 60 resident of Delmar expired Sunday morning at a trauma center in Baltimore.

The crash happened when English was riding his motorcycle going north along Sussex Hi-way. He hit the brakes and laid down his motorcycle to avoid a car that pulled out in front of him.

However, his passenger, identified as Lisa Boothe, age 48 also from Delmar, was hit by a car after she was thrown from the motorcycle. She died at the scene.

Police learned that English and Boothe were not wearing helmets.

Philadelphia Parking Authority announced a new pilot regulation that scooters and motorcycles can once again park on the sidewalk in residential Philadelphia neighborhoods, at least for the next four months.

The new regulations resulted after hundreds were protesting last fall when the Parking Authority started enforcing the old no-sidewalk-parking rule.

Although, no sidewalk parking is allowed in center city, but Rick Dixon, PPA deputy director,  stated it is allowed in residential areas.

He said that he believes that no conflict between motorcycles and scooters and pedestrians will arise in the residential areas.

Dixon mentioned that during the initial period that runs until October, no charges will be paid for parking in areas specially designated for two-wheeled vehicles. Based on PPA studies, demand is greatest so spaces can be provided accordingly.

Accident victims have rights. If you were injured in an accident, contact car accident lawyer now for free consultation. He will protect the rights of you and your loved ones. You may be entitled to financial compensation for economic damages, as well as pain and suffering.

Source:  6abc Com

Sources:  Philadelphia CBS Local Com