Guyhirn man left with broken collar bone after Westry motorbike crash - did you see anything?

Guyhirn man Steve Chapman left with broken collar bone after Westry motorbike crash - did you see an

Guyhirn man Steve Chapman left with broken collar bone after Westry motorbike crash - did you see anything? Here, he is pictured in hospital. - Credit: Archant

A Guyhirn man is appealing for information about a motorbike crash near March which left him with a broken collar bone.

Guyhirn man left with broken collar bone after Westry motorbike crash - did you see anything?

Guyhirn man left with broken collar bone after Westry motorbike crash - did you see anything? - Credit: Archant

Steve Chapman was riding his 13-month-old Honda CB500 along Westry when he came off the road and crashed near to St Mary’s Church on October 10 – but he doesn’t remember how the incident happened.

After the incident - Mr Chapman’s second in 46 years of being a motorcyclist - spent two days in intensive care, two days in critical care and three days on the ward at Peterborough City Hospital.

Guyhirn man left with broken collar bone after Westry motorbike crash - did you see anything?

Guyhirn man left with broken collar bone after Westry motorbike crash - did you see anything? - Credit: Archant

“I couldn’t even speak for the first couple of days and kept getting my days wrong.

“For the sake of my family, I’m thinking of giving up biking,” he added.

Guyhirn man left with broken collar bone after Westry motorbike crash - did you see anything?

Guyhirn man left with broken collar bone after Westry motorbike crash - did you see anything? - Credit: Archant


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“I just remember being in traffic in Westry. You can see all the damage on the grass verge that I made with the bike, but it could have been a lot worse.

“I think the bike must have flipped over and someone in a car called an ambulance for me. I remember the paramedics cutting my clothes off but not much else.

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“If anybody knows what happened please can they get in touch. It’s just a mystery to me.”

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