A man has been grievously injured in a motorcycle accident in Pembroke. The Police were notified about the accident in Sir Adrian Dingli Street at ab
Man grievously injured in motorcycle accident in Pembroke

Man grievously injured in motorcycle accident in Pembroke

Man grievously injured in motorcycle accident in Pembroke

Man grievously injured in motorcycle accident in Pembroke

Man grievously injured in motorcycle accident in Pembroke

Man grievously injured in motorcycle accident in Pembroke
Man grievously injured in motorcycle accident in Pembroke
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A man has been grievously injured in a motorcycle accident in Pembroke. The Police were notified about the accident in Sir Adrian Dingli Street at about 12.30 p.m.

The 45-year-old man, a resident of Pembroke, was riding the Kymco motorcycle when he appears to have lost control and fell over.

The motorcyclist was transferred to Mater Dei hospital, where he was certified to be suffering from grievous injuries. Police investigations are ongoing.

 

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Man grievously injured in motorcycle accident in Pembroke

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