One of two people seriously injured in a motorcycle crash in South Surrey Saturday was airlifted to hospital with two broken limbs.
Police say a 52-year-old New Westminster man broke his leg and arm in the single-vehicle incident, which occurred just before 8 p.m. at 160 Street and Croydon Avenue when a southbound Harley Davidson collided with a “steel-pipe drainage structure.”
The passenger, a 42-year-old White Rock woman, was transported to Surrey Memorial Hospital with a broken arm and neck vertebrae.
The air ambulance landed at nearby Southridge School to take the driver to Royal Columbian Hospital.
An RCMP supervisor on the scene said the injuries were not life-threatening.
Investigation is ongoing, however, alcohol is believed to have been a contributing factor.