Rockland, ME — A collision between a passenger vehicle and a motorcycle left 70-year-old Edith Davis and Walter Davis, 72, with injuries Thursday, June 15, 2017.
The incident happened at Park Street and Broadway around 12:20 p.m. According to reports, the motorcycle occupied by the victims was attempting turn onto Broadway when it was struck by a passenger vehicle. It appears the bike was struck on its rear tire by the car. Mr. and Mrs. Davis were left with injuries in the collision. The driver of the car, 52-year-old Leda B. Fox, was left uninjured.
The exact cause of the incident is currently underway.
More information may be forthcoming as the investigation concludes.
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