A man is unconscious after he was ejected from his motorcycle in an accident on Tice Street, Police said.

Report says a 37-year-old male was driving a 2013 Harley Davidson westbound on Tice Street near Lexington Avenue. A 28-year-old driver of a Honda Accord was also driving eastbound and crossed the center line. The Honda struck a 2000 Audi driven by a 59-year-old female.

Consequently, the Honda driver swerved and hit the motorcycle, throwing off the rider. The motorcycle then careened towards a fourth vehicle, a Chrysler driven by a 29-year-old, and came to standstill.

EMS reported that the motorcycle rider is critically injured with life-threatening injuries. Upon EMS arrival, he was immediately transported to the nearest hospital.

The Honda driver also sustained life threatening injuries. The drivers of the Chrysler and Audi were not injured.

Police are still investigating the accident.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a unfortunate multi-vehicle accident that led to a man sustaining severely injuries. When motorists are distracted, reckless or speeding they put the lives of others at risk. When a negligent driver causes a crash, he or she could be held accountable for the accident. An injured victim should seek out an experienced accident attorney to help with the collection of compensation for medical care, losses and damages.”

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