UPDATED: Sudbury Man Dies From Injuries from Saturday's Motorcycle Crash
One person taken to Emerson Hospital with undisclosed injuries.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to an error in a press release issued by the Concord Police Department, the last name of the victim involved in Saturday's crash was misspelled. The victim was Sam Zebian of Sudbury.)
According to the Concord Police Department, a Sudbury man involved in a motorcycle crash at Nashawtuc Country Club Saturday afternoon has died.
Sam Zebian, 27, was operating the motorcycle when he struck a vehicle driven by Jarryd Heyl, 20, of Bedford. Heyl was not injured in the crash.
Concord police said Zebian was found to be suffering from life-threatening injuries and was subsequently transported to Emerson Hospital. He was later pronounced dead at Emerson Hospital.
Below is the story from earlier Saturday.
An accident Saturday afternoon along the Sudbury/Concord line sent one person to Emerson Hospital.
According to the driver of a grey Subaru Forrester who was involved in the crash, the motorcyclist passed numerous cars near the point where Concord Road in Sudbury turns into Sudbury Road in Concord.
"I was coming up from the Route 117 intersection and I was perpendicular to the (entrance of Nashawtuc Country Club)," said the driver, who asked not to be identified. "The motorcyclist passed a bunch of cars and hit me on the driver-side door. I never saw it coming."
The driver of the Subaru said he was not injured.
The accident, which occurred the Concord side of Nashawtuc, caused numerous personal items to be strewn along the property near the road.
The motorcycle was on its side as Concord police taped off the scene.
The motorcyclist, who was not identified by police at the scene, was taken to Emerson Hospital in Concord with undisclosed injuries.
According to Sudbury Police Sgt. John Harris, who was assisting Concord Police at the scene, a medflight was called, but he was not sure whether the motorcyclist was taken to Emerson by the medflight or by ambulance.
Both Concord and Sudbury roads were closed to traffic while police investigated.
The State Police were also called to assist in investigating.