Motorcyclist Dies in Accident in East Tucson

Motorcyclist Dies in Accident in East Tucson

Motorcyclist Dies in Accident in East Tucson: Late on Friday night in east Tucson, a motorcycle crash claimed the life of a 37-year-old man. Officers and members of the Tucson Fire Department arrived at the 8400 block of East Broadway Boulevard after receiving many reports of a collision between a white 2012 Dodge Caliber and a blue 2015 Yamaha FZ07 motorbike.

According to police, the motorcycle’s 37-year-old male driver died at the site. While the next of kin is notified, the motorcyclist’s identity is withheld.

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Detectives discovered that the motorcycle was moving faster than the posted speed limit while heading west on Broadway Boulevard. The motorcycle struck the Dodge Caliber from behind as it drove westbound on Broadway Boulevard in the middle lane.

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The Dodge Caliber driver pulled over right away and assisted with the inquiry. Officers found that the Dodge Caliber driver was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the incident.

The rider has a valid motorcycle endorsement and was wearing a helmet. Speeding and failing to manage his motorcycle’s speed to prevent a collision are the two leading causes of the accident. There have not yet been any charges or citations filed in this inquiry, which is still ongoing.