Lost control: Man, 27, in Burlington suffers severe injuries in devastating motorcycle crash – InsideHalton.com

\Lost control\: Man, 27, in Burlington suffers severe injuries in devastating motorcycle crash - InsideHalton.com
Hamilton motorcyclist suffers serious head injury in Burlington collision
Police were called to Snake Road, south of Crane Court, around 12:30 p.m. Friday after a motorcycle lost control while navigating a bend in the road.

Halton Regional Police say the man and the motorcycle came to rest in the ditch on the west side of Snake Road.

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Det.-Const. Oliver Caves said investigators determined that the motorcycle was travelling southbound on Snake Road, when the rider \”lost control\” while navigating a left bend in the road.  

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The \”serious collision\” occurred just after 12:30 p.m. on Snake Road in Burlington, in the area of Plains Road West and Highway 403, according to Halton Regional Police.

Halton police are investigating after a 27-year-old motorcyclist suffered a serious head injury after a crash in Burlington Sept. 13.

The collision occurred just after 12:30 p.m. on Snake Road, in the area of Plains Road West and Highway 403, according to Halton Regional Police.

Halton Regional Police say a 35-year-old Burlington man was heading west on a sidewalk near a QEW off-ramp around 4:30 p.m. Thursday. A driver in a pick-up truck was pulling a trailer and trying to leave the off-ramp and turn onto Fairview Street.

Investigators from the collision reconstruction unit have determined the motorcyclist had been heading south on Snake Road when he lost control while navigating a left bend in the road.

This has been a brutal year for motorcycle crashes in Halton with an alarming number of serious collisions.

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Any witnesses who havent spoken to police are asked to contact the collision reconstruction unit at 905-825-4747 ext. 5065.

The collision reconstruction unit is investigating, and wants any witnesses to call 905-825-4747 ext. 5065.