Motorcyclist Tragically Dies in Atlanta Interstate 20 Motorcycle Accident
ATLANTA, GA – According to an online news report at 11alive.com, a driver of a motorcycle died in an accident that caused the closure of a busy Atlanta roadway, causing traffic to be backed up for several hours.*
A motorcyclist died in an accident on Interstate 20 close to the exit for Flat Shoals Road in the late evening hours. Per an initial investigation of the crash, it appears that the motorcyclist struck another automobile, causing him to be ejected from his bike. The motorcyclist was transported to an area hospital for treatment, but he did not survive and was pronounced dead.
The driver who collided into the motorcycle remained at the scene of the accident. As a result of the crash, traffic was diverted onto nearby city streets. This caused a major traffic backup for several hours. Traffic was eventually restored in the late night hours following the crash.
The accident remains under investigation at this time. There are no further details on the accident.
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