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Motorcyclist Flown to Hospital After Crash

A motorcyclist in Montgomery County is flown to the hospital after crashing into an minivan. It happened on Route 422 in Upper Providence Township. We're told the minivan was parked in a construction zone when the bike slammed into it. No word on the biker's condition. The Bucks County Visitors Bureau is promoting the region in a new way, with the help of a historical figure. George Washington, a real war hero with hands on experience chasing evil doers right out of the country, is back in the county. WFMZ's Joscelyn Moes reports. George Washington is back in Bucks County... >>David West This is his turf. >>Reporter and he's launching a campaign to beat out Barack Obama and John McCain in the upcoming election. >>How do you stand on important issues such as wigs? >>I would vote for George Washington. (laugh) >>Reporter The four-episode video recently popped up on YouTube. It showcases popular sites in Bucks County like New Hope, the Fonthill Museum in Doylestown Township... and of course... Washington Crossing Historic Park. >>The video is the brainchild of the Bucks County Visitors Bureau. The idea is to encourage more people to visit the area. >>David West We decided to take that theme with George Washington and modernize him. >>George, George, what are you doing up there? >>It gets people out to see different things. >>Reporter The video was shot over two days earlier this year on a 40- thousand dollar budget. It's aimed at a web-savvy audience. >>Anything we can do to get tourism into town is a great idea. >>Reporter And although it pokes fun at both McCain... >>Actually I think I know him. I think I was in school with him. >>Reporter And Obama. >>Where is this Obama? I will challenge him to a dual. >>Reporter It's message is clear... to get people here. >>The first President, the next President... George Washington. This is Bucks County. I crossed here. >>Reporter In Bucks County... Joscelyn Moes 69 News.


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