Motorcyclist Tragically Dies in Crash on Highway 153 in Hixson, Tennessee
HIXSON, TN – According to an online news report at newschannel9.com, the Chattanooga Police indicate that an accident that occurred in Hixson, Tennessee caused a motorcyclist, aged 29, to tragically die earlier this week.*
The accident occurred in the morning at 5328 Highway 153. Per the local police, a Honda Civic was entering Highway 153 from a parking lot where it started to turn left and head southbound on the roadway. Police state that a Suzuki motorcycle was headed northbound and just passing the Hamill Road intersection. In order to avoid an accident, the motorcyclist decided to lay his motorcycle down, however, he continued to slide down the road and into the driver’s side of the Honda Civic. Emergency personnel pronounced the man dead at the scene. It is not clear whether the individual driving the Honda Civic sustained any injuries.
Police say their investigation is ongoing, and are asking anyone with more information to call 423-698-2525 or submit a tip via the CPD Mobile App.
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