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Man airlifted to hospital following motorcycle crash in Melvern Square: N.S. RCMP


A man from Paradise, N.S., was taken to hospital following a motorcycle crash in Melvern Square, N.S., on May 16.

Annapolis District RCMP, along with firefighters and paramedics, responded to the crash in the 430 block of Vault Road around 10:45 p.m.

A news release from police Wednesday says officers learned that a motorcycle was travelling north on the roadway when it struck a mailbox.

The sole rider, a 43-year-old man, suffered life-threatening injuries.

Police say he was taken to a local hospital, before being airlifted to a hospital in Halifax.

Vault Road was closed for several hours but has since reopened.

A collision reconstructionist attended the scene and the investigation is ongoing.

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