Würzburg Accident, Death – An accident involving a motorcycle that occurred in Lower Franconia left a young man in critical condition. A automobile was involved in the accident that occurred. The critically injured were transported to the hospital by a rescue helicopter. Ebern – According to the announcement made by the police headquarters for Lower Franconia, which is located in Wurzburg, the serious accident occurred on Wednesday morning (May 17) at approximately 7.30 a.m. The incident took place on state route 2278 in Ebern, which is located in the Haßberge area of Lower Franconia (Bavaria).
“A 62-year-old man drove his BMW on state road 2278 from Ebern and wanted to drive onto the B 279, according to the current state of the investigation,” the prosecutor said. According to Simone Schatz, a spokesman for the police department, “when turning, he overlooked a motorcyclist coming from the direction of Hassfurt for reasons that have not yet been clarified.”
Lower Franconia: after an accident, young people are in grave risk because of a collision with a car Both cars were involved in the accident. According to the authorities, the motorcyclist, who was 17 years old, sustained injuries that were potentially fatal. After receiving first medical assistance from the rescue service as well as from an emergency physician, the young person was transported to a hospital via rescue helicopter.
Together with the assistance of an accident specialist who was brought in at the request of the public prosecutor’s office in Schweinfurt, the Ebern police are currently retracing the entire sequence of events that led up to the collision. Because of the ongoing investigation into the tragedy, the state route was forced to remain closed. The local fire brigade successfully redirected the flow of traffic. In addition, there was an accident that took place not too long ago in Fulda, which left someone with critical injuries. A man crashed his electric bike into a parked vehicle. Despite wearing a helmet, the cyclist suffered serious head injuries .