Motorcycle collision in Titahi Bay | Philips Search and Rescue Trust

Motorcycle collision in Titahi Bay

The Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter was dispatched to a motorcycle accident near Titahi Bay shortly after 6pm.

A man in his 20’s was riding a motorcycle when he lost control, whilst riding in a suburban area he hit a parked car, which caused the rider to spin out and hit the house that was roadside also.

The man required urgent care and transportation to Wellington hospital for immediate treatment.

Thanks to quick communication from the road Ambulance Team the Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter was able to reach the scene within 2-3 mins due to quick actions!

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