Motorcycle Driver Seriously Injured, LIVINGSTON, August 16, 2009 - At approximately 2 pm on August 15, 2009 a tan 1989 Oldsmobile Regency driven by John Chamblee of Livingston was east-bound on US-190 in Livingston by Melbo's. As Chamblee entered the intersection of US-146, he was struck by an west-bound purple Honda Goldwing motorcycle driven by Michael Henry of Houston who was attempting a left turn onto US-146 from 190. Henry was ejected from his bike when he went over the handle bars and sustained serious injuries. Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with Officers Kevin Blackburn, Rob Atkins, and Sergeant Lewis Milner, all with the City of Livingston Police Department. Henry was treated at the scene by personnel from Americare. Henry was transported to Livingston Memorial Hospital with serious injuries. The south-bound lane of US-146 was blocked as the accident was being investigated and cleared. Michael Henry was wearing a helmet. According to officer Blackburn, had Henry not had a helmet on, the situation would have been much much worse. Both parties had insurance. A rollback Wrecker from Ken's Towing recovered Henry's motorcycle and it will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston. The scene was cleared by and traffic fully flowing by 2:45 pm.
Michael Henry's Honda Goldwing struck this 1989 Oldsmobile when attempting a left turn. Henry was ejected from his bike.
Henry's motorcycle was recovered by Ken's Towing.
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