• May 12, 2017

David Lee Hudson Injured in Pensacola, FL, Motorcycle Accident

Pensacola, FL -- May 6, 2017, David Lee Hudson was critically injured after an accident where his motorcycle crashed off the roadway.

Preliminary details reported by the Pensacola Police Department indicate that the incident happened at around 3:00 a.m. in a neighborhood area off the intersection of Fitzgerald Street and Sandalwood Street.

According to police officials, 47-year-old Hudson was riding a motorcycle along the roadway when the bike somehow lost control. It hopped the curb, crashed through a fence, then fell over, ejecting Hudson onto the ground outside a nearby residence.

Emergency services were called out to the scene, and they transported Hudson to a nearby hospital for treatment of critical injuries.

The exact factors contributing to the crash were not made clear. Investigations are ongoing.

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