Motorcyclist hospitalized after crash involving farm tractor in Suffolk

SUFFOLK, Va. – Police are investigating after a motorcyclist was taken to the hospital due to a crash on Sunday. Officials responded to an accident involving a farm tractor and a motorcycle at the intersection of South Quay Road off Route 58 and OKelly Drive. Following emergency medical assessment and treatment by Suffolk Fire & Rescue personnel, the adult male driver of the motorcycle was transported via Nightingale to local hospital with potentially life threatening injuries. The accident remains under investigation at this time. No additional information is available for release. Online Public File • Terms of Service • Privacy Policy • 720 Boush Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 • Copyright © 2019, WTKR • Scripps TV Station Group – The E.W. Scripps Co • Powered by VIP Aliminum Scooter Electric Scooters, Electric Bike, Carbon Fiber Electric Scooters – Motorow,

EXCLUSIVE: Bajaj Urbanite’s New e-Scooter Could Be Called Chetak. Pricing Details And More!

The Bajaj e-scooter has been spotted testing by us today. This is the second time it has been seen in Pune, covered head to toe in camouflage. Could this mean that its launch is on the horizon? Likely. Sources close to the company has also revealed that the e-scooter might be called ‘Chetak’ and will be sold under the brand’s Urbanite range. Additionally, Bosch is said to have a major role in the development of the electric Chetak.   Coming to the spy shots, let’s take a look at what’s new here. We can now clearly make out the scooter will run a front disc/rear drum brake setup. The scooter is most likely to be sporting 12-inch alloy wheels at both ends. In terms of practicality, the scooter also appears to get a front apron-mounted storage compartment, which could be removable and optional. While we couldn’t make out much else on the styling front, the Urbanite also seems to be sporting a fully digital instrument console. Earlier spy shots had already confirmed that the e-scooter will be sporting a retro design, an evolution of sorts of the Bajaj Chetak, its namesake. Other design elements include handlebar-mounted LED headlamps, apron-mounted turn indicators...