Police are asking for help after a driver hit a motorcycle in the Hudson Valley. Leaving the man injured on the New York State Thruway.

Late Sunday, June 5, New York State Police out of the State Police Tarrytown Barracks asked for the public’s assistance concerning a serious car accident on the New York State Thruway in Westchester County.

At least one person was seriously injured when a passenger car struck a motorcycle on I-87 and then fled the scene, according to New York State Police

Motorcycle Driver Seriously Injured in Crash on New York State Thruway in Westchester County

On Saturday, June 4, 2022, at approximately 9:40 p.m., New York State Police troopers assigned to State Police Tarrytown responded to the crash which occurred on I-87 southbound in the town of Greenburgh.


Police learned a motorcycle driver was stopped on the right shoulder of the exit 7A off-ramp when a dark-colored sedan struck the motorcycle. This caused the unnamed motorcycle operator to be ejected and land on the New York State Thruway.

Two drivers stopped and helped pull the motorcyclist to safety and began to render first aid on the side of the Thruway.

The motorcycle driver was transported to a nearby hospital. He is currently being treated for severe leg injuries, according to New York State Police.

New York State Police Ask For Help After Car Flees Accident on New York State Thruway in Town of Greenburgh


The sedan fled the scene, police say. Police are asking for help in finding the dark-colored sedan that struck the motorcycle. More information wasn't released.

"The investigation remains ongoing. Troopers are asking anyone who witnessed the crash or has information about the vehicle that fled the scene, to contact SP Tarrytown at 914-332-6700 or the Thruway Operation Center at 1-866-833-2980," New York State Police stated in a press release.

Hilarious 80’s Images from the Jefferson Valley Mall in Westchester

Wherever, there is money to be made, clever marketing will follow and the Jefferson Valley Mall had it in the 80’s. The mall had become the setting of a Westchester, NY cable access TV show called “What’s in Store.” The products, fashion and mall culture were on display. Frank McNanty and Debbie Weiner were the hosts, and thanks to Youtube, these videos are still available today. These are Some of the Most Hilarious Images from The Jefferson Valley Mall in the 80’s. 

20 Best Pizzerias Around Westchester According to Google

Each of these fine Westchester pizzerias has a rating of 4 Stars or higher according to reviews on Google. The next question is, "who is calling in the order?"

Trot Inside Jaw Dropping $100 Million Equestrian Estate in Westchester New York

Trot into a stunning $100 million equestrian estate set amid winding roads, apple orchards, rolling hills, ancient stone walls, woodlands, and ponds, with sweeping vistas of the Westchester countryside.

Meet our Cheery Pet of the Week Jasmine

Jasmine is here to make our day a little brighter!

More From WZAD-WCZX The Wolf