West Yarmouth, MA (July 11, 2018) – A motorcyclist died in crash in West Yarmouth on Tuesday. The collision occurred near the intersection of Town Brook and Buck Island Roads. The motorcyclist was traveling eastbound on Buck Island when it collided with a car crossing through the intersection. The force of the impact produced a “non-survivable trauma” according to Yarmouth Police Lieutenant Kevin Lennon. The motorcyclist was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.
Police are still investigating and Lennon says it is “too early to say what happened.” The road was closed in both directions while police investigated the wreck and remained closed for a significant period of time. A crash reconstruction team was called in to assist the investigation. The driver of the vehicle also remained on scene to cooperate with police. No further details about the crash are available.
Massachusetts Motorcycle Accidents
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