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Motorcyclist sets off chain-reaction wreck in Georgia

A chain-reaction wreck was set off around 10 p.m. on Aug. 22 when two motorcycles were speeding down Interstate 75 in Clayton County. An officer reportedly clocked the two motorcycles traveling at 110 mph before the accident occurred. The chain reaction wreck commenced when one of the motorcycles ran into the back of a Volkswagen and lost control.

Motorcycle and car collision leaves one man in critical condition

The names of those involved have been released following a Georgia car crash that led to one man being critically injured. According to the Georgia State Patrol, a 63-year-old motorcycle rider had been heading west on a highway at the time of the motorcycle accident.

Stranger saves injured motorcyclist after hit-and-run accident

Being a responsible driver includes avoiding sudden actions that could endanger motorcyclists on the road, such as cutting across lanes or making wide turns. A person involved in a motorcycle accident may be more vulnerable to catastrophic injuries because the rider can easily be ejected from the vehicle or suffer the full impact of a crash. Luckily, one Georgia motorcyclist was rescued by a kind stranger after what could have been a potentially fatal motorcycle crash.

LaGrange motorcycle accident leaves 2 injured

Georgia motorcyclists need to be particularly alert when riding along the streets and highways. Although car drivers are supposed to drive vigilantly, all too often they do not. Sometimes drivers open doors unexpectedly or fail to look carefully both ways before driving through an intersection, leading to accidents that can leave motorcycle riders with serious and sometimes catastrophic injuries.

Football player injured in motorcycle accident begins long recovery

Motorcycle accidents are so often catastrophic because motorcycles have a much smaller profile. Drivers must take extra care when making turns or crossing intersections to ensure they are not endangering motorcyclists, pedestrians or other parties on Georgia roads. Injuries commonly sustained in a motorcycle accident range from minor scrapes to severe limb, spinal or leg injuries, and even death.

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