A motorcycle crash Saturday morning left a Haleyville Woman Dead.
HAYLEYVILLE, AL – According to an online news report at al.com, a motorcycle accident leaves one woman dead after she left the roadway and struck a culvert.*
The accident occurred at approximately 7:25 a.m. on Dime Road, located a few miles northerly of Haleyville, Alabama. While it is unknown as to the cause of the accident, a preliminary investigation reveals that sixty nine year old woman, who was a passenger on a 2018 Harley Davidson, sustained life threatening injuries and was taken to an area hospital for treatment. She was pronounced dead soon after arriving at the hospital. According to investigators, It appears based upon the investigation that “the motorcyclist left the roadway and slammed into a culvert on the side of the road.”
The driver of the motorcycle was also injured and was taken to North Alabama Regional Medical Center in Florence, Alabama.
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