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Monday, January 22, 2018

*Traffic Advisory* Serious Crash Involving Motorcycle Rt. 7 at Rt. 71- Bear

Bear - Delaware State Police are currently on scene of a serious crash involving a motorcycle which occurred at approximately 3:39 p.m., this afternoon on Bear Corbit Rd. (DE Rt. 7) in the area of Red Lion Road (DE Rt. 71).

Motorists can expect delays in the area and should seek alternate routes of travel.

Click on the following link for traffic conditions and road closure information:

The investigation is ongoing with further details being released as they become available.


Anonymous said...

2 days of warmer weather and how many cycle accidents? Cmon man, its only January 22nd...WINTER is still here!!!

Anonymous said...

I know bikes a cool and all, but I would never ride one - way to risky, even if you are very careful - drivers just don’t pay attention to bikers and when an accident happens with a bike, it can’t be pretty. I do sincerely hope the bike rider is okay, but why take a risk?

Anonymous said...

There was also a bad motorcycle accident @ the intersection of Washington St and Eastern Shore Drive yesterday in Salisbury.

Anonymous said...

Y'all blaming the motorcycle rider because he chose to ride his bike? If you don't like bikes don't ride them. But down be down on others who do ride and enjoy it. They are still entitled to the same benefits as anyone else who drives, and the includes full use of a lane just like any other vehicle, so keep that in mind the next time you cut one off or impede into his lane of travel. Just because bikes use less space does not mean the extra unused space is yours. Jerks.

Anonymous said...

Excuse me 7:32, but it is not always the fault of the driver of a car or truck. Motorcyclists cause accidents also. I have seen more motorcyclists driving like fools than drivers of cars or trucks.

Anonymous said...

11:40, Give us a break, ok? They have to look out for other vehicles on the road too. Got it? And don't call us jerks. Those who live in glass houses, remember?