One Dead after South Bend Motorcycle Collision Highway 101
SOUTH BEND, WA (August 4, 2019) – A rider died following a motorcycle accident on Highway 101 on Wednesday, July 24.
The Washington State Patrol received a report of a motorcycle collision. The motorcycle rider left the road and crashed into a guardrail, killing the male rider.
According to the State Patrol, a 44-year-old South Bend man traveled south on Highway 101 just before 2 p.m. near Bone River.
The motorcycle allegedly traveled at a high rate of speed. Then the rider left the roadway, taking the 1992 Yamaha XJ600 to the right. This caused the motorcycle to collide a guardrail. The rider died at the scene.
The man wore a USDOT compliant helmet at the time of the collision. It is not yet determined at this time if drugs or alcohol played a role in the incident.
Officials shut down the roadway for over 3 hours during the on-scene investigation.
We at Sweet Lawyers offer our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the deceased victim. Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this challenging time.
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