PHILADELPHIA – At least one man was killed from a motorcycle crash last Saturday night. This is under investigation by the Pennsylvania State Police. Police reported that before 8 o’clock in the evening, a motorcycle rider failed to control his bike and crashed into the 1-95 median near the Lincoln Financial Field of South Philadelphia.

The cyclist was a man in his mid 30’s. Taken to Hahnemann Hospital in critical condition, he soon expired. His name will be released after his kin will be informed of the tragedy. The day before, on October 5, a motorcyclist died when he had a collision with a car in the area of Silver Spring Twp. According to the acting coroner of Cumberland County, Matt Stoner, the fatality was Bradley Ketrow, age 65, a resident of Spring Twp of Perry County. At around 6 p.m., he was on his way west along the Wertzville Road when his bike and a sedan collided heads on near King Road.

Stoner believed that the operator of the car might have moved across the yellow line; he was brought to the Hershey Medical Center with non- life threatening injury. The police are conducting an investigation of the incident. In Spring Garden of October 4, Philadelphia police reported that a 40-year-old woman riding on a motorcycle crashed in the area and was injured. The mishap happened at 3:30 o’clock in the morning at the Ben Franklin Parkway’s 2500 block before Philly’s Museum of Art.

Officials reported that the woman was riding in tandem on the motorcycle when it hit the car.

Although the motorcyclist was slightly injured, the woman had severe injury but was reported in stable condition. The driver suffered minor injuries and the driver of the car stopped nearby to await the arrival of the authorities. Although the woman suffered multiple injuries but she is said to be in a stable condition. The police are continuing their investigation.

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