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Fatal Accident on Little Rock Road is Currently Being Investigated as a Homicide

October 31, 2019

CHARLOTTE, NC – According to an online news report at, police in Charlotte, North Carolina are currently conducting a deadly crash that occurred over the weekend as a potential homicide.*

The accident occurred in the nighttime hours on Little Rock Road.  Police state that the accident involved a motorcycle and a truck in the front yard of a residence.  The man on the motorcycle, a 58-year-old, died at the scene of the crash.  

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police stated that “after evaluating evidence gathered through the course of the investigation, this case is now being investigated as a homicide.”   It has not been reported as to the evidence they have which indicates that the accident is a potential homicide  

Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600.

According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, the majority of motorcycle-automobile accidents happen at intersections. Many collisions with motorcycles happen given that the driver of the passenger vehicle did not see the motorcyclist.  Drivers are often looking for other trucks and cars and fail to register the much smaller frame of a motorcycle and its rider.  In essence, they are looking at everything but a motorcycle in their vicinity, which often leads to serious and sometimes fatal motorcycle accidents.

Drivers of passenger vehicles can cause accidents with motorcyclist in the following ways:

  • Attempting to share a lane with a motorcycle or passing too closely
  • Not yielding the right of way to the biker
  • Following a motorcyclist too closely
  • Driving aggressively around a motorcyclist

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