Massachusetts Motorcyclist Injured in Nashua, NH Crash

July 24, 2009 – David Bunker, 61, of Marlborough, Massachusetts suffered serious personal injuries in a motorcycle accident yesterday morning while driving in Nashua, New Hampshire. Bunker was traveling southbound on Depot Road as a car pulled out of a driveway. Bunker swerved to avoid the car and lost control of the motorcyle. He then went off the road, stuck a sign and a wooden fence.

Bunker suffered injury to his legs and was taken to St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua where he remains in stable condition. He was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. Bunker was unable to identify the car, which caused him to lose control, and it appears that the driver of the car never stopped and may not have even been aware of the accident. Nashua Police say the case remains under investigation.

Source: Nashua Telegraph

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