One injured, LIFE STAR called to motorcycle crash on Rt. 30 in Tolland

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TOLLAND, Conn. (WTNH) — Route 30 has reopened in Tolland following a motorcycle crash with a serious injury Tuesday afternoon.

State Police said Route 30 between Doyle Road and Hurlbut Road was closed due to the crash and has since reopened.

Troopers said a motorcycle was traveling south on Crystal Lake Road in the right lane of two and a vehicle was in front of them. The motorcycle operator fell from his motorcycle, and the motorcycle hit the vehicle from behind.

The town of Tolland reported LIFE STAR was called to the scene, but the motorcycle operator – identified as Parker Slater Deming, 27, of Windsor – was transported to Hartford Hospital by Tolland EMS with serious injuries.

The driver of car the motorcycle hit – Blair Weaver, 63, of Waltham, MA – was not hurt.

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