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Man Screaming For Help Leads Officers To Motorcycle Crash Victim In Fairfield

A man received a serious leg injury after crashing his motorcycle.
A man received a serious leg injury after crashing his motorcycle. Photo Credit: Google Maps

A man screaming for help led police to the victim of a single-vehicle motorcycle crash in Fairfield.

Police received calls to the 911 Center with reports of a "man screaming for help," around 10 a.m., Saturday, July 13, in the area of Osborne Hill Road and Wormwood Road, said Fairfield Police Lt. Robert Kalamaras.

Officers responded to the area and a single-vehicle vehicle motorcycle collision near 258 Osborne Hill Road. 

An initial investigation revealed that the driver, identified as Daniel Epstein of Fairfield, was driving a 1979 Honda CX-500C traveling west on Osborne Hill Road near Wormwood Road when he lost control of the motorcycle, left the roadway, and hit a stone wall, Kalamaras said.

Epstein was found by officers down an embankment with a serious leg injury, he added.

He was transported to St. Vincent’s Medical Center where he was treated for serious, but non-life threatening injuries.

This case is currently under investigation by the Fairfield Police Crash Reconstruction Unit.

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