Motorcycle Accident Leaves Georgia Man Injured
BROKEN BOW, NE – May 4, 2018 (sandhillsexpress.com). According to an online news report, a man from Georgia sustains injuries in a motorcycle accident in Broken Bow, Nebraska.*
Per the chief of police of the Broken Bow, Nebraska police department, at around 11:10 a.m. on Friday, May 4, 2018, two men, Robert Payne of Evans, Georgia and Rene Garcia of North Augusta, South Carolina, were riding side by side when Garcia used his signal to turn into a store parking lot where Payne did not see him, causing the two riders to collide into one another. Payne was taken to an area hospital where he was treated for his injuries. Garcia was not injured in the accident. Payne’s motorcycle was totaled in the crash while Garcia’s bike had minor damage.
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