"Shirley said he was with family traveling from Glengary when he saw the other vehicle involved in the accident swerve and hit the victim's motorcycle.
"As soon as I saw it, I gave my partner the phone and told him to call 911. I went down there to find the guy. He was on his side and still breathing," Shirley said, adding that two others came to help, including Dr. Joseph De Soto of Gerrardstown.
The doctor attempted to help stabilize the victim and began CPR until Berkeley County emergency medical services personnel arrived at the scene.
The other driver has been identified as Jessica Faircloth, of the Arden area, according to a news release.
Faircloth, who police said is in her 20s, was driving a white 1992 Honda Accord. She was carried from the scene and transported to Winchester Medical Center for treatment of her injuries.
Another witness, Wayne Holden of Virginia, said Friday he was nearly struck by Faircloth's vehicle as it was travelling eastbound and allegedly swerved into his lane just minutes before the accident. Holden said he was driving home to Cross Junction, Va., traveling westbound, when he was nearly struck."
Barring mechanical failure of the car not the negligence of the driver, this gal needs to spend her next 20 years in the state correctional institute's driver's re-education program.