Motorcycle driver still in hospital

Diane Crocker
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The driver of this motorcycle is still in hospital being treated for serious, non-life threatening injuries sustained in a collision with a vehicle on Monday.

The Corner Brook Royal Newfoundland Constabulary say an 18-year-old driver of a motorcycle involved in a collision with a vehicle in the city on Monday evening remains in hospital today being treated for serious, non-life threatening injuries.

The motorcycle the male teen from Mount Moriah was driving sustained extensive damages in the collision which took place at about 5 p.m. at the intersection of Wellington Street and Mount Bernard Avenue.

Besides the RNC, the Corner Brook Fire Department and Western Health paramedics responded to the scene.

The matter is still under investigation and police anticipate that charges will be laid in relation to it under the Highway Traffic Act.


Organizations: Corner Brook Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, Corner Brook Fire Department, Comfort Inn on Confederation Drive RCMP

Geographic location: Mount Moriah, Wellington Street, Mount Bernard Avenue

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  • Joe The Dummer
    August 12, 2014 - 10:26

    On an unrelated note, let's take this one step further. How about we make driver's license renewals (every 4-5 years?) include a road test, just like when the license was first issued? Too many poor drivers out there. Easier to police, better quality flow of traffic, lower insurance rates, and additional revenue for the government.

  • Paul
    August 12, 2014 - 09:15

    I will bet that the driver of the vehicle did not see the motorcyclist. That is normally a popular explanation for caged drivers not paying attention and or driving with undue care.... The RNC need to issue more tickets for this type of infraction. Motorcyclists are at risk by the thoughlessness of these types of drivers.