Motorcyclist hospitalized after colliding with vehicle in downtown Buffalo

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Motorcyclist hospitalized after colliding with vehicle in downtown Buffalo

BUFFALO, NY – Authorities responded to a motorcycle accident Tuesday morning, May 28, in downtown Buffalo that left a 41-year-old man injured, according to WIVB 4.

Buffalo Police said the collision took place on Niagara Street at West Huron Street, in the city’s Columbus area, shortly after 7:30 a.m.

The circumstances behind the wreck are unclear, but the victim was operating a motorcycle when they collided with an unspecified vehicle. A photo captured at the scene indicates that motorcycle came to a stop at the intersection with Georgia Street following the impact.

First responders transported the male rider to Erie County Medical Center (ECMC) for injuries believed to be non-life-threatening.

Officials have not released any details regarding which party was at fault, but an investigation was underway.

It’s important to seek out quality and compassionate legal assistance following a traumatic motor vehicle event. If you or a loved one has suffered injuries in a recent motorcycle crash caused by another party in Buffalo, we would like to fight on your behalf. Our Buffalo motorcycle accident lawyers at Campbell & Associates are prepared to help you pursue full compensation for medical bills, physical therapy, loss of income, property damage, and other crash-related expenses. Reach out to our office today at 716-588-4504 or online.


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