Motorcyclist Dies in Crash on Route 70 in Manchester, New Jersey
MANCHESTER, NJ - A news report posted on nj1015.com reports that a motorcyclist, who struck a sign on Route 70, tragically passed away from his motorcycle accident injuries.*
The motorcycle accident occurred on one of New Jersey's most deadly highways. Manchester police reported that the victim, a 73-year-old man from Manchester, was heading eastbound on his Harley Davidson FXD. At some point, the motorcyclist lost control of his motorcycle by Pleasant Valley Road at approximately 9:15 PM. The victim was tragically ejected from his motorcycle at the moment of impact.
The Harley Davidson motorcycle continued to move forward and began to overturn several times before striking a tree and then coming to a final rest on Route 70. He was wearing a motorcycle helmet at the moment of the accident. The motorcyclist sustained a severe leg injury, and he was transported to Community Medical Center. The biker tragically passed away at the hospital.
This is the third fatal accident on Route 70 in Manchester in 2021. Six deaths have occurred this year along the Garden State Parkway in Ocean County, New Jersey.
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