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Mass. man injured in Hudson motorcycle collision
HUDSON - A Massachusetts man is hospitalized with serious injuries after his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck Thursday at the intersection of Library and School streets.
Police said Steven Stuart, 43, of Ashby, was transported by Hudson Fire Department personnel to Southern New Hampshire Regional Medical Center in Nashua.
The crash happened just after 5:30 p.m. when a 2000 Ford Ranger, operated by Kory Currier, 16, of Hudson, collided with Stuart's 2000 Yamaha motorcycle.
Police said Currier was driving east on School Street, heading into the Library Street intersection when the collision happened with Stuart's motorcycle which was heading north on Library Street.
Hudson police reconstructed the accident scene but the crash still remains under investigation.
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