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Oneida Man Killed In Madison County Motorcycle Crash

April 13, 2021

MADISON COUNTY - An accident news story posted on reports that a motorcyclist lost his life in a motorcycle accident in Bridgeport, North Carolina.  Madison County Sheriff's Officials are currently working on the fatal accident investigation.  The events surrounding the fatal motorcycle accident that occurred on State Route 31.  Law enforcement officials stated that the motorcycle accident happened at approximately 3 PM.*

Madison County Sheriff's Office Deputies stated that a preliminary accident investigation found that a 27-year-old woman was driving her Chevy Cavalier.  The woman allegedly crossed over and into Route 31's eastbound lane.

Law enforcement officials stated that after the woman crossed the centerline, her car hit the Yamaha VMAX that the 43-year-old man from Oneida was operating.  Tragically, the motorcyclist passed away at the Upstate Hospital in Syracuse. 

The motorcycle accident investigation is ongoing, and few additional details were released.  The Madison County Sheriff's Office's thanked members of the Bridgeport Fire Department, the New York State Police, AMR Ambulance, and the Oneida Indian Nation Police for their assistance at the motorcycle scene.

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