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Hillsborough Motorcycle Crash Shuts Down Route 206 North

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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - A  State Police Medevac helicopter was called in by Hillsborough police and first responders to transport a motorcyclist to Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center in New Brunswick after a collision late Thursday night on Route 206.

Police said Hillsborough resident Zachary Langowski, 23, was traveling north on Route 206 on his motorcycle  when he was struck by a vehicle driven by Gabriel Ramos, 41, who is also a township resident.

Ramos was heading south on Route 206 and was attempting to make a left turn onto Opie Road when the collision occurred, according to police.

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Ramos was not injured.

The northbound lane of Route 206 was closed for one hour as a result of the crash and police investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Hillsborough Police Department at (908) 369-4324, extension 8.

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