Authorities Identify Motorcyclist Killed in Crash in Theodore, Alabama
THEODORE, AL. – According to a news report published online by weartv.com, authorities have identified the motorcyclist who was killed in a crash in Theodore, Alabama. The Alabama Department of Public Safety says the accident was a head-on collision that occurred on Bellingrath Road.*
At approximately 6 p.m. on February 17, a motorcycle was traveling northbound on Bellingrath Road in Theodore. At the same time, a Honda Pilot was traveling southbound on the same roadway. One of the vehicles somehow ended up crossing the centerline of the road by the crossing with Jeanette Avenue, and the two crashed into each other head-on. At this time, it is unclear which vehicle initiated the collision by leaving its lane of travel.
The person riding on the motorcycle suffered severe injuries in the crash, and those injuries proved fatal. Officials declared the motorcyclist dead at the scene of the wreck. He was not initially identified, but officials have now released his information.
The driver of the Honda was not identified in updated reports, and authorities did not provide information about whether that driver was injured. It is unclear how many people were in the Honda.
Alabama State Troopers are continuing to investigate this crash, and they have not yet reported additional information about the cause or circumstances of the collision to the public. Troopers have not said which driver might have been at fault, so no information about potential charges has been released.
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