MOTORCYCLE DRAGGED MORE THAN A MILE AFTER COLLISION

A family member has identified the motorcyclist as Ashley Sanderson.

Sanderson’s wife Victoria said she was following her husband north on Highway 43 at about 10 am this morning.

She says she stopped for gas and Ashley was a short distance ahead of her.

Victoria said she saw her husband’s shoes on the road as she approached the collision site and knew something was wrong.

She says her husband is going be treated at USA Medical Center for a few days while they examine his serious road rash. Despite the injuries, Victoria Sanderson says her husband has been given a good prognosis for recovery.

“I’m just glad he’s going to be okay,” said Victoria Sanderson.

She says they were traveling north to their hunting camp in Jackson when the crash happened. Her husband was thrown from his motorcycle at the point of impact.

The bike was apparently dragged nearly two miles north of the original crash site.

ORIGINAL STORY

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — At least one person has been hurt in a crash involving a motorcycle in Axis.

State Troopers tell WKRG a vehicle hit a motorcycle near the midway truck stop in Axis, but the motorcycle was dragged by the vehicle more than a mile.

The motorcycle and a front bumper of a vehicle were found near the intersection of Highway 43 and Salco Road.

It is unknown at this time if the motorcyclist was dragged, but that person has been taken to a hospital.

 It appears to be a hit and run because State Troopers are looking for the driver of the vehicle.

A family member has identified the motorcyclist as Ashley Sanderson.

Sanderson’s wife Victoria said she was following her husband north on Highway 43 at about 10 am this morning.

She says she stopped for gas and Ashley was a short distance ahead of her.

Victoria said she saw her husband’s shoes on the road as she approached the collision site and knew something was wrong.

She says her husband is going be treated at USA Medical Center for a few days while they examine his serious road rash. Despite the injuries, Victoria Sanderson says her husband has been given a good prognosis for recovery.

“I’m just glad he’s going to be okay,” said Victoria Sanderson.

She says they were traveling north to their hunting camp in Jackson when the crash happened. Her husband was thrown from his motorcycle at the point of impact.

The bike was apparently dragged nearly two miles north of the original crash site.

ORIGINAL STORY

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — At least one person has been hurt in a crash involving a motorcycle in Axis.

State Troopers tell WKRG a vehicle hit a motorcycle near the midway truck stop in Axis, but the motorcycle was dragged by the vehicle more than a mile.

The motorcycle and a front bumper of a vehicle were found near the intersection of Highway 43 and Salco Road.

It is unknown at this time if the motorcyclist was dragged, but that person has been taken to a hospital.

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