Motorcyclist Killed in Vehicle Accident in Theodore, Alabama
THEODORE, AL. – An online news story from mynbc15.com reports that a motorcyclist was killed in a vehicle accident in Theodore, Alabama. Alabama State Troopers are investigating and have not yet determined the cause of the collision. The victim’s name has not been released at this time.*
The accident happened in the evening on February 17 on Bellingrath Road in Theodore. At about 6 p.m. that day, a motorcycle and a vehicle were involved in an accident on Bellingrath by Jeannette Avenue. The circumstances leading to the crash were not reported. It is not clear how the two vehicles came to collide.
Reports did not provide information about the vehicle other than saying it was an SUV. The make and model of the SUV were not provided. No description of the motorcycle was released, either. Alabama State Troopers arrived at the scene to investigate, and they have not yet provided information about potential factors that might have caused the collision or indications about fault in the crash.
The motorcyclist was seriously injured in the accident, and authorities said he or she did not survive those injuries. It is not clear whether the motorcyclist died at the scene or whether he or she was first transported to a hospital. The name of the motorcyclist has not yet been released by officials. It does not appear that anyone else was riding on the motorcycle at the time.
Authorities have not identified the driver of the SUV. Reports did not say whether this person — or anyone else who might have been in the SUV — was injured. Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is still in the process of investigating, and no additional information is available at this time.
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