Australia helicopter in action: Motorcyclists and cyclists seriously injured in collision in Much
Cycling spikes on Brisbane bikeways during pandemic
The patronage jump has prompted questions from councillors about whether Brisbane can turn some streets over to more active transport.Public and active transport committee chairman Ryan Murphy (Chandler) at Tuesday's chamber meeting said Brisbane's automated counters on bikeways had clocked a huge spike in cycling and pedestrian activity.
Two people were seriously injured in an accident on Friday afternoon between Much and Bövingen. According to the police, a 55-year-old cyclist and a 61-year-old motorcyclist, both from Much, clashed just before 4 p.m. for reasons that have not yet been clarified.
The opponents crashed onto the road and slid a few more meters over the asphalt. They were responsive, were looked after by two emergency services and an emergency doctor, and were brought to clinics by helicopter or ambulance.
Landstraße 312 was completely closed during the rescue and accident recording. The motorcycle and bicycle were badly damaged, and there is no information yet on the extent of the damage. (loi)
Coronavirus: French Open working to avoid clash with US Open .
The French Open is slated to start a week after the conclusion of the US Open, but Guy Forget says a resolution is being worked on.The Parisian major was initially scheduled to start on Sunday but the coronavirus pandemic resulted in it being postponed until September 20 – a week after the final of the US Open.