Injured pedestrian recovering in hospital
A pedestrian struck by a motorcyclist on Wednesday is recovering on a general ward.
A police spokesman said the 75-year-old man was in a stable condition in the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital this morning.
The man was injured when a bike ridden by a 22-year-old man hit him on Harrington Sound Road, near the junction with Harrington Hundreds Road, in Smith’s at 4.20pm.
• Police have appealed for witnesses.
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