Motorcyclist dies two days after crash

The motorcyclist was thought to have suffered a broken pelvis and two broken wrists. Photo / File
The motorcyclist was thought to have suffered a broken pelvis and two broken wrists. Photo / File

A motorcyclist who died after colliding with a car in Otago on Saturday has been named.

Riley Baker, 26, from Dunedin, sustained injuries in a collision with a vehicle south of Hampden about 4.30pm.

The motorcyclist was thought to have suffered a broken pelvis and two broken wrists.

He was taken to hospital by helicopter but died this morning.

Police are continuing to investigate.

- NZ Herald

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