Motorcyclist Injured In Crayton Road Hit-And-Run Crash

According to the accident report, a car collided with a motorcycle on Crayton Road at Park Shore, In Naples.

Report taken from witnesses says first responders put the motorcyclist in a neck brace and take him away in an ambulance.

According to the report from the witnesses, the motorcyclist was thrown from the bike. It was added that the first responders put the motorcyclist in a neck brace and take him away in an ambulance.

A spokesman with the Naples Police department said the victim’s injuries do not seem to be life-threatening.

It was reported that the car left the scene of the crash traveling on Park Shore Drive. The driver was turning out of a parking lot onto Crayton Road when the crash occurred, report says.

The spokesman said the car and driver who fled the scene have been found. The investigation is ongoing.

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