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Man in critical condition after dirt bike crashes into tree on Broad Street, police say

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PHILADELPHIA - Police say a man suffered critical injuries after a dirt bike crash in North Philadelphia Tuesday night.A 26-year-old man was riding his dirt bike when he reportedly lost control and struck a tree on the 3500 block of North Broad Street.He was transported to a local hospital, where he is listed in critical condition.MORE HEADLINES:Temple Police responded to the crash, since it occurred near campus.Police say he was traveling with other drivers, but no other injuries were reported..

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