Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after crash in Cambridge

A 53-year-old Cambridge resident is recovering in hospital after suffering a serious leg injury in a crash between a car and a motorcycle in Cambridge Monday afternoon.

Police ask for witnesses to crash Monday afternoon to come forward

Police are asking for any witnesses to the crash to come forward. (Hamilton police)

A 53-year-old man is in a Hamilton hospital with a serious leg injury after a crash between a car and motorcycle Monday afternoon in Cambridge.

Police were called to the intersection of Coronation Boulevard and Concession Road just before 5 p.m. A 65-year-old Cambridge resident had been driving a white Chevrolet Cruze while the 53-year-old had been on a Harley Davidson motorcycle.

The motorcyclist was airlifted to Hamilton General Hospital. The driver of the car was not injured.

Anyone who may have witnessed the crash is asked to contact the Waterloo Regional Police Service's traffic unit.


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