Injured Plymouth motorcycle rider taken to South Bend hospital

For the second day in a row, a man was flown to a South Bend hospital, after being injured in a motorcycle accident.

MGN Online

South Bend, Ind. For the second day in a row, a man was flown to a South Bend hospital, after being injured in a motorcycle accident.

This time, the accident happened at the Grovertown Truck Stop on US 30 Wednesday afternoon.

Our reporting partners at WKVI say Justin Neher was riding his motorcycle on US 30.

A pickup truck driven by Natalie Radtke, 17, turned out of the truck stop and into his path.

Neher suffered internal injuries and was flown to the hospital in serious condition.

No one in the pickup truck was hurt.

Traffic was blocked in both directions for about an hour.


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