RINDGE, NH – A 27-year-old motorcyclist from Massachusetts was seriously injured after he collided with a pickup truck in Rindge this weekend, according to the New Hampshire Union Leader.
The crash happened on Route 119 westbound on Saturday afternoon, when the 27-year-old operator of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, Max Anderson, of Ashburton, Mass., collided with a Ford F-350 being driven by 60-year-old Rindge resident Douglas Tate.
Anderson was airlifted to the hospital with severe injuries that were not expected to be life-threatening.
The other driver was not reported as injured.
Authorities continue to investigate the crash at this time.
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