Motorcyclist battling for life after crash with Jeep in Brooklyn

A 26-year-old motorcyclist battled for his life Friday night subsequent to ramming into a Jeep in Brooklyn during the evening, specialists said.

The unidentified Harley Davidson biker T-boned a dark Jeep Patriot turning left at the crossing point of W. fourth St. what’s more, Avenue P in Bensonhurst soon after 4 p.m., police and witnesses said.
The biker was tossed from his disfigured hoard and experienced genuine head and body injury, said police and witnesses. People on call surged him to Maimonides Medical Center in basic condition, police sources said.

“I saw blood in his mind [and] his wrist bone was standing out that way,” said an observer who endeavored to deliver help.

“His face was horrendous. His jeans were torn and he had blood in favor of his body. I attempted to actually take a look at his heartbeat — I felt nothing.”

“[The driver] continued to inquire as to whether I felt a heartbeat. I didn’t feel a heartbeat. He said, ‘No, don’t let me know that!'”

The 64 year-old driver stayed at the scene prior to being captured for driving with a suspended permit, police sources said.