Columbia – Motorists In Crash Identified
State officials just released the identities of people involved in last Sunday’s motorcycle accident in Columbia.
33-year-old Gordon Reynolds was riding his Honda motorcycle east on Route 66 (Middletown Road) when he collided with a Honda Civic traveling west and attempting to make a left turn onto Pine Street. The driver of the Honda, 37-year-old Eric Ryan Millette of Columbia, sustained minor injuries, while Reynolds was thrown off his motorcycle and taken to St. Francis Hospital (by LifeStar) for treatment of serious injuries. The crash is still under investigation. Officials continue to encourage anyone who may have witnessed the incident to contact them as soon as possible.
LifeStar support is typically requested when accidents involve serious or critical injuries, among other possibilities. Officials handling this case have yet to identify its cause. Suffice it to say, if they discover negligence, DUI or reckless behavior, injured parties may have the option of filing for compensation/damages as deemed appropriate by legal experts.
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