Fatal Motorcycle Accident Colorado – A collision between a vehicle and a motorcyclist that took place on Sunday in the central business district of Colorado Springs resulted in the death of the motorcyclist. The collision was between a vehicle and the motorcyclist. The motorcyclist and the driver of the vehicle were involved in the collision that occurred.
While a rider was traveling eastbound on East Platte and attempting to travel through the intersection with North Nevada, the police report states that a car was attempting to turn off of Platte at that intersection. The rider was attempting to travel through the intersection. During this time, the rider was making an effort to proceed through the intersection with North Nevada. On East Platte, at this point in time, the rider was going in the opposite direction.
The following description of what took place was offered by a lieutenant with the CSPD: “The vehicle turned left in front of the statue of William Palmer, and the motorcycle collided with this vehicle as it was attempting to turn,” The motorcyclist was transported to the hospital after it was determined that they were in a critical condition; unfortunately, they did not survive their time spent at the hospital and were pronounced dead there.
The statements made by the police indicate that drugs, alcohol, or driving at an abnormally high speed did not play a role in the collision that took place. In addition, it was stated that the driver was not going an abnormally fast speed.