Motorcyclist Killed in Adairsville Accident Is Identified
ADAIRSVILLE, GA — June 8, 2018 (patch.com). According to an online news report at patch.com, a motorcyclist who died on Friday, June 8, 2018 has been identified.*
Per the Georgia State Patrol, two vehicle accident leaves a motorcyclist dead on Friday, June 8, 2018 in Adairsville, Georgia.
Bartow County EMS and Fire Department arrived at the scene of the accident at approximately 6:20 a.m. on Friday where the motorcyclist was found lying in the road with “severe injuries,” according to Bartow EMS Director Brandon Duncan.
According to the Georgia State Patrol, a vehicle was going southbound on United States 41/Georgia Highway 3 and was attempting to turn left onto Georgia Highway 140 while the motorcyclist was travelling northbound on Georgia Highway 3. The driver of the car, named Sandra Morris, “failed to yield” to the motorcyclist and crashed into the bike in an intersection. The vehicle driven by Morris rested in the gore on the eastbound lane of Georgia Highway 140 while the motorcycle was on its side in the intersection following the collision.
The motorcyclist, Justin Holder, aged twenty seven, died shortly after the crash. The accident is currently being investigated by the Georgia State Patrol. There are no further details available on the crash.
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