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Brian Roberts Killed in Motorcycle Crash on State Route 17 [Moses Lake, WA]

Brian Roberts Killed in Motorcycle Crash on State Route 17 [Moses Lake, WA]

Brian Roberts Pronounced Dead in State Route 17 Motorcycle Crash

 
Moses Lake, WA (June 12, 2020) – On Friday evening, a 58-year-old Brian Roberts of Grandview died in a motorcycle crash on State Route 17.
 
Reportedly, Roberts traveling with his 2011 Harley-Davidson motorcycle south on SR 17, approaching the Road 6 Southeast intersection when he struck the rear of a 1998 Honda Accord that had stopped to wait for traffic before making a left turn.
 
The impact killed Roberts on the spot. Meanwhile, a 24-year-old Mario Ponce Martinez, driving the Honda remained uninjured. Moreover, he was cited for not having a valid driver’s license.
 
Further investigation is ongoing.


Sweet Lawyers extend our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of Brian Roberts. May the people closest to him find strength and comfort in this extremely difficult time.


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