Last updated at 5:28 p.m. Originally posted at 4:33 p.m.
FRAMINGHAM – A driver of motor vehcile was cited, after striking a motorcycle on Speen Street today, May 21, just after 4 p.m.
The woman driving the motorcycle has life-threatening injuries,
A medical helicopter has been requested for an female with a head injury, said Framingham Assistant Fire Chief John Schultz.
The woman, in her 30s, was wearing a helmet, said the Assistant Fire Chief, but was showing “signs of severe head injury.”
Framingham Fire Engine 2, Ambulance 5 and stayed on scene treating the patient while Engine 5 was at the landing zone for the helicopter at Mass State Police HQ on Route 9, said Assistant Chief Schultz.
The call came in at 4:10 p.m., he said.
The woman was transported by helicopter to a Boston hospital.
Framingham Deputy Police Chief said the helicopter was scheduled to go to Mass General Hospital.
Scanner had first responders performing CPR on the injury while awaiting transport, but that was not confirmed.
Deputy Police Chief Riley said the crash happened at 111 Speen Street.
The striking vehicle was headed north, said the deputy police chief.
The motorcycle driver was headed south, he said.
The male driver of the vehicle was turning left into an office building, and struck the motorcyclist, said the deputy police chief.
“The driver of the motor vehicle has been cited for failure to yield,” said Deputy Police Chief Riley.
Mass State Police reconstruction team has been brought in to assist with the investigation.