Motorcycle Accident Today Hamilton – Today in Hamilton there was a fatal motorcycle accident that left two people hospitalized. While James Tucker was operating his delivery truck on the interstate, he claims he caught a glimpse of something out of the corner of his eye. Traffic was moving along normally at the time.
According to Dave Thompson, superintendent of Hamilton Paramedic Services, a man who is thought to be in his 70s was transported to a local trauma center in “critical life-threatening condition with life-altering injuries.”
Tucker reported that the man on the motorcycle was alive and breathing when he arrived at the scene. Tucker can still hear himself yelling, “He’s alive!” He stated that he attempted to tie a belt around the motorcycle driver’s leg in an effort to staunch any blood that may have occurred. In addition to that, he mentioned that an off-duty paramedic and an off-duty officer from the Ontario Provincial Police tried to assist.
Although Thompson did not confirm those particulars, he did say that an off-duty paramedic from Hamilton was able to assist, and that the collision involved a motorcycle and an SUV. A second suspect, who is said to be i” I saw a motorcycle in the air,” said the Cambridge resident who was travelling on the Lincoln Alexander Parkway in Hamilton on Tuesday morning when the incident occurred. The truck driver was 39 years old. Tucker stated that he stopped his truck and raced over to the location of the incident. According to the Hamilton police, a collision involving a motorcycle and an SUV occurred at 8:30 in the morning. In the morning, it caused both lanes to be closed. According to the police, the lanes heading east opened at approximately 9 a.m., while the lanes heading west opened at approximately 3:30 p.m.