2 motorcyclists seriously injured following accidents

Two motorcyclists are now hospitalised after they were involved in separate accidents in Georgetown and Corentyne, Berbice, on Monday.
The first incident involved a North Ruimveldt resident, who was found in an unconscious state at Aubrey Barker Road, Georgetown, in the vicinity of Spurwing Driver on Monday.
Injured is Deano John St Aubyn Leung of North Ruimveldt, Georgetown, whom Police said was driving motorcycle CH 9932.
Though it is still unclear what might have happened during the accident, it was reported that the motorcyclist was observed by passersby lying on the road’s surface in an unconscious state, with his motorcycle alongside him.
An ambulance was summoned and EMT technicians transported him to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC), where he was admitted a patient.
The man suffered a fractured skull and two broken ribs. Investigations are going.
Also on Monday, a 39-year-old motorcyclist of Lot 114 Alexander Street, Rampoor Springlands Corentyne, Berbice, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne), was hospitalised after he lost control of the motorcycle he was driving.
The incident occurred on the No 69 Public Road at about 17:10h.
According to reports, Michael Reynolds, a security guard, was proceeding south along the eastern drive lane at a fast rate of speed, when he lost control of his motorcycle while negotiating a right turn. He ended up on the eastern grass parapet where he fell and sustained injuries about his head and body.
He was picked up in an unconscious state by public-spirited citizens and taken to the Skeldon Public hospital, where he was seen and examined by a doctor who referred him to the New Amsterdam Public Hospital.
He subsequently regained consciousness and was further seen and examined by another doctor, who admitted him to the said hospital. He is said to be in a stable condition. (G9)