May 25, 2007
Albany -- An Albany Marine whose motorcycle crashed into a van remains in serious condition Friday night.
25-year-old Sergeant Jamaad Taylor was riding his motorcycle on Johnson Road Thursday afternoon when a medical transport van pulled out in front of him. He hit the van and slid under it.
Rescue workers say when they got to Taylor he wasn't breathing. They revived him with CPR.
Taylor is a postal worker at M-C-L-B Albany. He's from Illinois.
No charges have yet been filed against the driver of the van. Albany Police refuse to release the name of that driver.
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