According to a press release from Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty’s office, responding Sheriff Deputies learned that the operator of the motorcycle, Randall Noble, 45, was northbound on Mt. Morris Road when he struck a stopped vehicle that was waiting to make a left hand turn onto Cuylerville Road.
Noble sustained multiple injuries, including a concussion and a fractured lower tibia. Noble was promptly transported to Strong Memorial Hospital by Geneseo EMS.
After a thorough investigation, Noble was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Following Too Close, and Operating Out of Class, as he had did not have a motorcycle license.
Geneseo fire engines stood by on scene while Geneseo Police safely conducted nearly Friday rush hour traffic conditions, and investigators thoroughly examined the scene for evidence that helped explain the crash.
On scene were Sheriff Deputy Michael Wade and Deputy Michael Williams, and Sergeant Joseph Breu of the Sheriff’s Office. Geneseo Police Officers Daniel Piedmonte and Dylan Dipasquale were also on scene, alongside Geneseo Fire Department and EMS crews.