Pennsylvania State Sen. Mike Regan underwent surgery Monday, following a motorcycle crash in Franklin Township the previous day, according to his chief-of-staff and police.
Regan, 59, R-Carroll Township, was taken to Hershey Medical Center for injuries to his legs, said his Chief-of-Staff Bruce McLanahan.
About 9:38 a.m. on Sunday, Regan was riding a motorcycle southbound on South Mountain Road when he entered a curve in the road and crashed near Hickory Road, Northern York County Regional Police Lt. Gregg Anderson said.
Regan’s motorcycle careened into the northbound lane, where it struck a small van. No one in the van suffered any injuries, Anderson said.
McLanahan said Regan was wearing a helmet and is an experienced rider.
On Tuesday, McLanahan said Regan remained at Hershey Medical Center.
Prior to entering politics, Regan served with the U.S. Marshals for more than two decades. He began his political career as a state representative, and then later as a Senator in 2016. Regan won a second term as senator last year.