One Tragically Dies in Eastern Montana Accidents, all Riders from Tennessee
MCCONE COUNTY, MT – According to an online news report at ktvq.com, a woman tragically succumbed to her injuries in a two-vehicle accident in McCone County, Montana.*
The Montana Highway Patrol was dispatched to the accident scene that occurred last week in the late morning hours. The accident occurred on Montana Highway 13 at mile marker 29.
According to the Montana Highway Patrol, a Harley Davidson motorcycle was going northbound on Montana Highway 13 when it slowed down due to a deer in the road. Another vehicle, a Harley Davidson trike, was going behind the motorcycle and rear-ended it. The passenger on the trike, a 57-year-old woman, was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene of the crash.
The driver of the motorcycle that was rear-ended, a 70-year-old-man, and a passenger, a 71-year-old female, were transported to a local hospital for treatment. The driver of the trike, a 57-year-old male, did not sustain injuries in the accident. All of the bikers are from Tennessee.
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