25-Year-Old Billings Male Crashes Motorcycle On Zimmerman Trail

April 30, 2017



At approximately 0327 hours Billings police responded to a  report of a suspicious motorcycle parked along the cement railing approximately half way up Zimmerman Trail. 


Officers attempted to contact the owner of the motorcycle via phone and at his address with no success. 


The motorcycle was upright and had little to no damage to it.  During a search at the bottom of the hill below the motorcycle, officers found evidence that a person was possibly seriously injured and began scouring the area. 


A 25 year old Billings male, was found a male in the yard of a home on Leann Blvd.  The male was identified as the driver of the motorcycle, and was found to have life threatening injuries. 


Emergency Medical Services responded and the male was transported to a local hospital where he is in critical condition.  The Billings Police Department Crash Investigation Team is currently investigating the incident, and Zimmerman Trail is closed for the time being.  Alcohol is believed to be a factor in the crash.  No one else was injured in the crash. According to Sergeant Bret Becker of the billings Police Department.





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