LEICESTER, Mass. - Leicester Police are investigating a Saturday evening accident that sent a motorcycle operator from Holden to the hospital with a serious but non-life threatening leg injury.
Leicester Police Chief James Hurley said the accident occurred about 7:30 p.m. at Rt. 9 and Waite Street in Leicester.
According to Hurley, a 2005 Dodge traveling west on Rt. 9, driven by Cynthia Musya, 24, of 80 Locust Ave., Worcester, attempted to make a left turn into the parking lot at St. Joseph’s Church and collided with the east-bound motorcycle.
The motorcycle operator, Heath B. Bishop, 27, of 27 Wyoming Drive, Holden, was transported by the Town of Leicester Ambulance to UMass Memorial Medical Center - University Campus, where he was admitted for treatment. Musya, along with three children, ages 1½ to 9 years, were also transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Leicester Police have issued Musya a citation for operating a motor vehicle without a license and failure to use care in turning.
Hurley said the Leicester Police Department’s investigation into the crash is continuing and that additional charges have not been ruled out. The accident is being investigated by Sgt. Joseph Fontaine and Sgt. Paul Doray.