Two people hospitalized after motorcycle they’re on is hit by car in Manchester
Two Browns Mills residents are in stable condition after a motorcycle they were on was hit by a car near Routes 539 and 530 in the Whiting section of Manchester Township Sunday night around 7:30 pm.
Brian Klapproth, 41, of Browns Mills was turning his red 2008 Harley Davidson Road King onto Route 539 South from the Wawa Plaza when it was hit by a silver 2012 Hyundai Sonata driven by 85-year-old Leonard Cerame of Whiting, heading west on Route 530 at the time.
This forced Klapproth and his passenger Becky McCrosson, 45, of Browns Mills off the motorcycle with Becky landing on the hood of the Hyundai before falling onto the street below.
After hitting the motorcycle, Cerame's car hit a 2012 Jeep Wrangler who was stopped in traffic trying to turn left onto Route 530 East.
Klapproth was transported to Community Medical Center in Toms Rive with abdominal injuries while McCrosson needed to be medevacked to Jersey Shore University Medical Center with serious injuries to both arms and a head injury.
Cerame and the driver of the Jeep, Kaitlyn McQueen of Forked River were both unharmed in the crash.
The Sonata sustained extensive damage to its front end and windshield, while the Wrangler had some minor passenger side damage.
The roadway was partially closed for several hours during the investigation and cleanup.
The accident remains under investigation and no charges have been reportedly filed.
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