Motorcyclist Killed after Colliding with Vehicle on 19th Street and Paxton

Rider Dies of Injuries in Harrisburg Motorcycle Accident

Harrisburg Motorcycle Accident

Motorcyclist Killed after Colliding with Vehicle on 19th Street and Paxton

Dauphin County, Pennsylvania (August 5, 2017) – A motorcyclist was killed after colliding with a car on Thursday afternoon in Harrisburg, according to police.

The deadly crash was reported at about 1 p.m. at the intersection of 19th Street and Paxton Street in Harrisburg.

Police arrived at the crash site and located a motorcycle operator lying on the road with serious injuries.

The victim was taken to Hershey Medical Center and was later pronounced dead.

According to a witness interviewed at the crash site, the motorcycle had been heading east on Paxton Street and struck the passenger side of a car coming from the opposite direction and was making a left-hand turn onto Dean Street, as per police.

The incident remains under investigation to determine cause and liability.

Anyone with information about this crash can submit a tip to Harrisburg Police at http://www.hbgpd.org

No family should have to undergo the experience of losing one of their own. During this hard time, families usually have a lot of questions on what to do next. Although nothing can heal the pain of losing a loved one, our wrongful death attorneys at Edelstein Martin & Nelson –Personal Injury Philadelphia will help you seek justice for the loss of your family member. In the case of a wrongful death, we strive hard to ensure that justice is served. Get a free consultation today with one of our representatives by calling (888)-208-1810.

 

 

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