Crash between SUV, motorcycle leads to serious injuries in Wendell

A crash between a Chevrolet Equinox and a Harley-Davidson motorcycle in Wendell sent a man to the hospital with serious injuries on Monday.

A crash between a Chevrolet Equinox and a Harley-Davidson motorcycle in Wendell sent a man to the hospital with serious injuries on Monday. STAFF PHOTO/ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

Staff Writer

Published: 06-10-2024 7:39 PM

Modified: 06-10-2024 7:42 PM


WENDELL — A man was hospitalized with serious injuries after a collision between a Chevrolet Equinox and a Harley-Davidson motorcycle near the intersection of Wendell Depot Road and Farley Road on Monday afternoon.

The Leverett Police Department, the State Police Collision Analysis & Reconstruction Section, troopers with the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office and the Wendell Fire Department responded after the crash was reported at around 3:30 p.m. on Monday. The Leverett Police Department provides policing services to Wendell through an inter-municipal agreement.

Orange Ambulance transported the injured man to the hospital, Leverett Police Chief Scott Minckler said.

Minckler said the crash is under investigation. As of around 6:30 p.m., Minckler noted that no assumptions could be made concerning which vehicle struck which.

Leverett Police could not provide an update on the injured man’s condition.

Anthony Cammalleri can be reached at acammalleri@recorder.com or 413-930-4429.

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