CHARLESTON, S.C. — Authorities in South Carolina contend a motorcyclist survived a 75-foot tumble after being thrown from his bike during a crash. Charleston Police orator Charles Francis pronounced officers were called early Friday morning and found a shop-worn motorcycle against a maintaining wall of an Interstate 26 overpass in Charleston.
Francis pronounced in a matter that officers found the motorcyclist — who was unwavering — on the belligerent under the overpass in a fenced-off area owned by the city. CBS News associate WCSC-TV reports the motorcyclist was located nearby the Parks Department building.
Firefighters had to cut by a close to strech him.
Francis pronounced paramedics took him to the hospital, but his injuries did not seem to be life-threatening. The driver’s name was not released.
The means of the pile-up stays under investigation.