Avenue U and McDonald Avenue, where the accident occurred. (Source: Google Maps)

Avenue U and McDonald Avenue, where the accident occurred. (Source: Google Maps)

A vehicle making a left turn on McDonald Avenue struck a motorcycle this morning, leaving the 35-year-old biker in critical condition.

The New York Post reports:

The victim was driving his Yamaha Warrior motorcycle northbound on Macdonald Avenue near Avenue U when a vehicle attempted to make a left turn and struck him around 7:10 a.m., according to police.

The driver, a 60-year-old woman, told police at the scene that she never saw the motocyclist until after the accident, the paper reports.

The man was taken to Lutheran Hospital for head trauma and is in serious condition.

The NYPD’s Highway Collision Investigation Squad was summoned to the scene to investigate the circumstances that led up to the accident.

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  • Andrew

    The driver, a 60-year-old woman, told police at the scene that she never saw the motocyclist until after the accident, the paper reports.

    Must have been one of those pesky invisible motorcycles.

    • 8asdj

      The accident damaged his cloaking device

    • VictimsDontCount

      She merely has to say the secret word (“accident”) and in return, the system gives the counter-password (“no charges filed”). And all is well. The victim? He can’t talk, who gives a shit.

      • Andrew

        Shhhhhhh, don’t give away the secret!

        Now let’s all get back to professing to care greatly about safety while simultaneously fighting against all actual efforts to enforce the driving laws.

        • guest

          Sadly, you do realize that sometimes these things are an accident. Oh that’s right, in your stupid head every driver is out for blood. You are a fricken moron. Transporation Alternative people are sickening.

          • Andrew

            God forbid we ask drivers to watch where they’re going and avoid sending other people to the hospital!

            Do they sell “Whoops” cards? Maybe the driver can send one to the victim in the hospital – I’m sure he’d appreciate the gesture.

          • PunishReclessDriving

            I’m an alternative transportation person in that I believe there’s an alternative to allowing reckless driving to get worse and worse. Other than that, cars are fine with me.