Tragic, Fatal Motorcycle Accident in Seneca, Georgia
SENECA, GA - According to an online news report on independentmail.com states that a Clemson student was tragically killed in Seneca, Georgia, motorcycle accident last Thursday night.* According to the Oconee County Coroner, Karl Addis, a 20-year-old man from Georgia man tragically died last Thursday night after the man's motorcycle was involved in a collision with a pickup truck in Seneca, Georgia.
The motorcyclist was from Tallulah Falls, Georgia, and he was a student at Clemson University, according to the news report.
According to South Carolina Highway Patrol Trooper Joel Hovis, the motorcycle accident occurred around 3:15 in the afternoon on Seneca Creek Road. The motorcycle rider was operating his Kawasaki motorcycle westbound along Seneca Creek Road when he collided with a 2011 Chevrolet truck that was in the process of turning onto a private driveway.
The motorcyclist was wearing a motorcycle helmet when he was ejected from his motorcycle. The motorcyclist tragically passed was in the emergency room at Oconee Memorial Hospital at around 4:20 PM. The motorcycle accident is currently under investigation.
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