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Rescue Workers Lift Car Off Pinned Motorcyclist

berkshire ave accidentSPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) – A motorcyclist is in the hospital this morning after an early morning accident found him pinned beneath a car on Berkshire Avenue in Springfield.

According to the Springfield Police Department, the rider hit the parked Buick at such a high rate of speed as to lift the back of the car, allowing him to slide beneath it. As the bike stopped, the car settled back down, pinning the rider.

Firefighters had to use specialized equipment, including air bags to safely lift the vehicle off the rider. He was then extracted, and transported to Baystate Medical Center with massive internal injuries.

The rider, David Garcia of Hancock Street, was issued a ticket for a revoked license.

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  • my3boys

    I agree with you Paul that sign motorcycles are everywhere are all over And yes we all need to be careful but i see them driving like aholes quite often so honestly they need to ride with more brains

  • medic3

    Crotch rocket, bald tires, high speed. Great recipe for a bad crash. Young kids looking for speed ride those joke of a bike and don’t know how to lay their bikes down. Real riders on real bikes like Harley’s don’t ride like that and know how to crash.
    Berkshire Ave is another story. How many critical/fatal accidents have we seen on Berkshire?

  • paulb62

    Revoked license. Motorcycle most likely stolen. Speed a definite factor, plus he is a complete DUMBASS. probably said ” no comprende englisia. Wonder how many outstanding warrants he has