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Motorcycle Collision Sends Man to Hospital; One Arrested for DUI

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WEST OCEAN CITY, Md.- A motorcycle collision ends with one man in the hospital and another under arrest for driving under the influence.
 
According to Maryland State Police, Donald Gaskill, 50, of New Jersey was traveling along Route 50 when he caused a collision with Russell Rowles, 52, of Delaware. Troopers said the motorcyclists were headed to the 2014 Bikes to the Beach Spring Rally in Ocean City. They said Gaskill and Rowles were acquaintances and attending the event together.

Police said the pair was pulling over to a nearby gas station when Gaskill steered his 2000 Harley Davidson motorcyle into Rowles' 1999 Harley Davidson. Troopers said Rowles lost control of the motorcycle and went down. They said Rowles was taken to Peninsula Regional Medical Hospital for injuries.

Troopers said Gaskill failed a  field sobriety test and was arrested.

Authorities said Gaskill is charged with the collision and a DUI.



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