Turning Car Hits Harley Davidson, Killing Rider And Injuring PassengerTurning Car Hits Harley Davidson, Killing Rider And Injuring Passenger

Turning Car Hits Harley Davidson, Killing Rider And Injuring Passenger

State police in Seabrook, New Hampshire, reported that a motorcyclist was killed when the Harley Davidson they were driving collided with a car going into a casino.

An automobile and motorcycle crash with injuries was reported in the vicinity of 319 Route 107 at around 2:14 p.m., prompting Seabrook police to arrive. The accident caused the roadway to be closed between Batchelder and Upper New Zealand roads for a number of hours, and drivers were advised to take detours.

State police claim that a preliminary investigation reveals a Toyota Corolla was heading north on Route 107 when it collided with a Harley Davidson that was moving south on the same road as it was trying to make a left turn into the Brook Casino.

According to authorities, the motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the site from injuries sustained in the collision. The motorcyclist’s passenger was injured seriously and brought to a nearby hospital.

Police said that nobody was hurt inside the Corolla. Police have not released the victim’s name or indicated whether charges may be brought in the collision. Around 7:10 o’clock, Route 107 reopened.

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Although the cause of the tragic collision was not immediately known, authorities noted that speed and alcohol did not appear to be contributing factors. A probe is still being conducted.

Trooper Nathaniel Goodwin can be reached at 603-223-8854 or by email at Nathaniel.D.Goodwin@dos.nh.gov if you have any information about the crash or the circumstances that led up to it.

Police from Kensington and Hampton Falls, the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office, the Seabrook Fire Department, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, and the medical examiner’s office all provided assistance to Seabrook and state police at the incident. Due to the seriousness of the collision, the collision analysis and reconstruction unit responded and took over the investigation.