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Motorcyclist suffers broken leg after SCB collision

-rushed to hospital with other injuries
A collision between a motorcycle and a car this morning December 19, 2020, has left one man seriously injured and had to be rushed to the Dr D. Orlando Smith Hospital. Photo: Team of Reporters
The accident occurred around 7:30 am in the vicinity of the Boys Service Station in the Sea Cows Bay area where the motorcyclist reportedly suffered a broken leg and other injuries. Photo: Team of Reporters
The accident occurred around 7:30 am in the vicinity of the Boys Service Station in the Sea Cows Bay area where the motorcyclist reportedly suffered a broken leg and other injuries. Photo: Team of Reporters
SEA COWS BAY, Tortola, VI – A collision between a motorcycle and a car this morning December 19, 2020, has left one man seriously injured and had to be rushed to the Dr D. Orlando Smith Hospital.

The accident occurred around 7:30 am in the vicinity of the Boys Service Station in Sea Cows Bay where the motorcyclist identified as Kamalie Smith reportedly suffered a broken leg and other injuries according to sources.

Eyewitnesses said that on the scene, the helmet of the motorcyclist was nearby when paramedics and the police arrived.

It remains unclear what caused the collision; however, police are said to be investigating the accident.

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