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Man in extremely critical condition after motorcycle crash, Philadelphia police say

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PHILADELPHIA - Police say a man is critically injured after a motorcycle-car crash Saturday night in Northeast Philadelphia.A 32-year-old man was riding his Yamaha motorcycle when he was allegedly hit by a Kia Soul at Grant Avenue and Academy Road around 9 p.m.

Police say he was attempting to make a left turn.He was transported to Jefferson Torresdale Hospital where he is said to be in extremely critical condition after suffering head trauma and a broken pelvis.The 37-year-old driver of the Kia remained on the scene until police arrived.AdvertisementThe crash is being investigated.

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