Hospitalised motorcyclist still in serious condition after head-on Stevenage crash

PUBLISHED: 14:28 29 March 2019 | UPDATED: 14:28 29 March 2019

A motorcyclist remains in hospital in a serious but stable confition after a crash in Broadwater Crescent, Stevenage, on Saturday, March 23. Picture: Paul Hoenes

A motorcyclist remains in hospital in a serious but stable confition after a crash in Broadwater Crescent, Stevenage, on Saturday, March 23. Picture: Paul Hoenes

Paul Hoenes

A motorcyclist remains in hospital in a serious condition after being involved in a head-on collision in Stevenage at the weekend.

A car and a motorcycle were involved in a crash at Broadwater Crescent, Stevenage. Picture: Paul HoenesA car and a motorcycle were involved in a crash at Broadwater Crescent, Stevenage. Picture: Paul Hoenes

The motorcyclist, a man, was airlifted to a London hospital in a critical condition after a crash involving a car at the junction of Broadwater Crescent and Oaks Cross at around 5pm on Saturday.

Police have confirmed this afternoon that the man remains in hospital, but is now in a serious but stable condition. the remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition.

The motorcyclist’s immediate family were made aware following the crash and are being supported by officers from Herts police.

The two occupants of the car were said to be suffering from shock following the collision with the motorcycle.

An air ambulance landed nearby following the crash in Broadwater Crescent, Stevenage. Picture: Paul Hoenes.An air ambulance landed nearby following the crash in Broadwater Crescent, Stevenage. Picture: Paul Hoenes.

Police are asking for any witnesses who have not already spoken to them at the scene, to get in touch on the phone via 101 quoting incident number 583 of March 23.


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