Motorcyclist hits fatal spot By HANNA MILLS October 19, 2005 A MOTORCYCLIST was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after an accident at Moonlight Head yesterday in the exact spot another motorcyclist died last month. Police officers who attended the accident blamed the poor road surface and potholes for the accident. Senior Constable Roger Gurrie, of Lavers Hill police, said a Sydney man had lost control of his motorcycle while negotiating a left-hand bend about 500m west of Moonlight Head. "He has lost control due to the poor road surface and veered across the road and sideswiped a car," he said. The 49-year-old man then struck a guardrail and flew over the top but stopped just before an embankment. "It was a fairly big drop. He was very lucky," Senior Constable Gurrie said. Three Sydney women travelling towards Lavers Hill were uninjured. One of them ran to the man's aid immediately after the accident and called 000. Senior Constable Gurrie said he had attended dozens of accidents on the 17km stretch between Lavers Hill and Lower Gellibrand. "I call it my hell," he said. He said VicRoads was aware of the road's condition. VicRoads representatives did not return calls from The Standard yesterday. "This was the exact same position as the fatal a few weeks ago," Senior Constable Michael Lee, of Timboon, police said. The man was airlifted to The Alfred hospital and was in a stable condition. From the Warrnambool Standard Website.