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Motorcyclist Injured In Wreck On West Main

Originally published: 2012-09-21 10:43:12
Last modified: 2012-09-21 10:47:12



Nathan Bryden, 23, of 2309 Old Kentucky Road, was injured Thursday night when his 2004 Honda motorcycle traveling west on West Main Street struck a 1993 Ford truck pulling out of Pelican Lane.

The wreck occurred at 8:09 p.m. The driver of the truck was a juvenile.

Bryden was airlifted to Johnson City Medical Center, according to Robert Sayne with Greene County-Greeneville Emergency Medical Services.

Sayne said Bryden suffered a head injury, a fractured arm and multiple bruises and abrasions.

Bryden was listed in fair condition this morning, according to Teresa Hicks, communications manager with Mountain State Health Alliance.

The Greeneville Police Department responded to the wreck, and the road was blocked during the investigation.

Police are still reconstructing the events that led to the crash and have not talked to the driver of the motorcycle, according to Police Chief Terry Cannon.

Charges are pending, Cannon said.

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