Motorcycle enthusiasts won a big victory in 2003 by having Pennsylvania's helmet law stricken. But this decision came under scrutiny after the recent accident report of a 53 old, David Robinson. He was travelling on Quarry road and as he approached a curve, his motorcycle crossed the central line and stuck an embankment. As a result, he slid for about 150 feet and his head hit the pavement resulting in a fatal injury. Though no one can say with conviction that he would have survived had he been wearing a helmet, Capt. Tom Roche said that he believes the man may have. He said he appreciates the freedom of riders being given the choice to wear a helmet but notes that incidents such as this could be prevented. Now, a western Pennsylvania lawmaker is trying to restore the law of mandatory wearing of helmets.