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Motorcyclist Dead After Colliding with Car in Tucson

An accident involving a car and a motorbike that occurred in the early morning hours of Christmas Eve in Tucson resulted in the death of a guy who was 37 years old, according to the authorities. Officials say that at approximately 1:30 in the morning, personnel from the Tucson Fire Department and the Tucson Police Department responded to the 8400 block of East Broadway Boulevard in response to reports of a collision between a blue 2015 Yamaha FZ07 motorcycle and a white 2012 Dodge Caliber. The motorcycle was involved in the accident.

According to the police, as soon as they arrived, they determined that the man had sustained terrible injuries and immediately began attempting to save his life; nevertheless, he was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

The identity of the motorcyclist was not revealed, as stated by the Tucson Police Department until the department contacted the biker’s nearest of kin. Officials stated that the Traffic Investigations Unit made the discovery that the Yamaha motorcycle was going westbound on Broadway at a speed that was “well in excess of the posted speed limit.”

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They also stated that the Traffic Investigations Unit discovered that the Dodge Caliber was going westbound on Broadway in the middle lane when it was struck from behind by the motorcycle. According to the police, the person driving the car stopped promptly and was cooperative throughout the inquiry. The investigation conducted by the police has led them to the conclusion that he was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the collision.

The police have stated that they have reached the conclusion that the biker was properly licensed and was wearing a helmet at the time of the incident. According to a statement made by the Tucson Police Department in a press release, the key contributing elements to the accident were the rider’s “failure to moderate and control the speed of his motorbike to avoid a collision,” as well as his “speeding.” “The investigation into this matter is still ongoing, and there have been neither charges nor citations issued at this time.”

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