Motorcyclist Tragically Dies in Accident in Clarke County, Georgia
CLARKE COUNTY, IA – According to an online news report at press-citizen.com, a motorcycle accident that occurred in Clarke County resulted in the death of one individual and seriously injured an additional person.*
A motorcyclist was heading north on Highway 69 in the evening hours over the weekend where she lost control while attempting to navigate a curve, per the Iowa State Patrol accident report.
The motorcycle, as a result of the accident, entered a ditch located north of Norma Street in Osceola, Iowa. This is located 50 miles south of Des Moines, IA.
The motorcyclist was ejected from her bike as well as a passenger, a man, aged 63, from Indianola, Iowa. The male passenger sustained serious injuries and passed away as a result of the accident as he was airlifted to an area hospital for treatment. The driver, a 53-year-old woman, was taken to an area hospital due to having sustained serious injuries. Neither the motorcycle operator nor her passenger were wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, per the local police report.
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