Motorcycle Wrecks in Bristol Township Leaves Levittown Man in Critical Condition

A serious motorcycle accident in Bristol Township, Pa. is still under investigation.

The accident occurred on Veterans Highway at the entrance of Wharton Road. According to police, a Kia sedan turned in front of a motorcycle, causing the motorcycle to slam into the vehicle. The accident occurred just before midnight.

Police have stated that the motorcycle accident in Bristol Township was one of three serious motorcycle crashes in the town in the past month.

Serious Injuries Reported

Bristol Township police reported that the person operating the motorcycle was a 25-year-old man from Levittown. At the time this story was released his name was not yet available.

According to Bristol Township Police Sgt. Chuck Burns, the man was taken via ambulance to Aria Health Torresdale campus where he was listed in critical condition. He suffered severe injuries to the lower half of his body. Common injuries that affect the lower extremities of motorcycle accident victims include broken bones and road rash.

The driver of the sedan, a 45-year-old woman from Bensalem, was not injured in the crash. Authorities report that the woman is cooperating fully with the crash investigation. At this time no criminal charges were pending.

Bristol police ask that anyone with information about the motorcycle accident call 267.821.3047 and speak with Officer Eric Eklund.

The Bucks County accident attorneys at Cordisco & Saile understand the lasting effects of a motorcycle accident and hope that the condition of the motorcyclist is improving and that he will soon be on his way to making a full recovery.