East Ganby, CT (July 5, 2019) – A serious accident between a motorcyclist and a bicyclist happened along Route 20 in the town of East Ganby on Thursday, July 4, which resulted in the closure of the road for several hours. The accident occurred shortly after noon near Grainger Circle. Police have now released details and identities concerning the collision.
According to authorities, 60-year-old Gail Gridley was riding her bicycle along the Heritage Bike Trail when she struck by a motorcycle, operated by Jason Parrott, 47, of Massachusetts, while crossing Turkey Hills Road. Medical crews were sent to the scene shortly after the accident.
Gridley was rushed to St. Francis Hospital with injuries that are considered serious. Parrott was transported to Hartford Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
Our sympathies go out to the injured victims of this collision.
Motorcycle Accidents in Connecticut
Each year, countless motorcyclists and bicyclists are hurt in accidents all across Connecticut. After suffering an unexpected injury, victims are often left with tremendous financial burdens associated with medical bills and lost wages. When someone is injured by the negligent actions of another party, it is important to know their rights and to contact a personal injury attorney in Connecticut as soon as possible.
For over 25 years, our Connecticut motorcycle accident attorneys at the Law Offices of Paul Levin have been helping victims obtain the compensation that they deserve. Our attorneys fully understand the immense complications that follow a sudden accident, and we are devoted to ensuring that those who are unfairly hurt get the compassionate representation they need. Contact our personal injury attorneys in Connecticut at (860) 322-5302 to see how we can help you today.
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