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Motorcyclist burned in wreck on Biloxi-Ocean Springs bridge

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

Biloxi police said 25-year-old Raymond Rollins of Ocean Springs was life flighted to USA Medical Center in Mobile, AL following a motorcycle wreck late Sunday night.

According to officials, Rollins was driving a Honda motorcycle westbound on the bridge when he lost control and hit the guard rail. 

The motorcycle then landed in the center lane and burst into flames.

Rollins suffered a cut on his leg and serious burns to 43 percent of his body. The investigation into what caused the wreck is ongoing.

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