Crash injury policeman stable’
An off-duty police officer who suffered serious injuries in a single-vehicle motorcycle crash last month was said to be in a “stable” condition in hospital yesterday.
The 22-year-old man, who has not been named, was on his own motorcycle when it crashed on Crow Lane, Pembroke, at 2.45am on June 23.
The officer was treated in the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital’s intensive care unit, but has now been transferred to a general ward.
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