Motorcyclist Killed in a Collision

(Photo: Gwinnett County Police Department)

A motorcyclist was killed Saturday, May 11, 2020 in a collision with an SUV on a busy Gwinnett County road.

The motorcyclist was traveling south when he approached a northbound SUV preparing to make a left turn onto South Waterworks, police stated in a news release. As the SUV began to turn, the vehicles collided. 

The motorcycle’s rider was believed to be speeding before the collision on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard near South Waterworks Road. 

“The brown SUV rolled over after impact and landed on its roof,” police spokeswoman Cpl. Michele Pihera said. “The motorcycle driver was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene”.

Source: AJC

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