INDEPENDENCE, Ohio – A 58-year-old Cleveland man died Saturday after he crashed his motorbike right into a automobile stopped in site visitors on Interstate 480, authorities say.
The crash occurred about 4:20 p.m. on I-480 eastbound, simply earlier than the Valley View Bridge, in line with a information launch from the Ohio State Freeway Patrol.
When police arrived on the crash scene, they discovered a 2003 Ford Mustang was stopped in site visitors when a Harley-Davidson struck the again of the automobile, the discharge says.
The motorbike’s driver – David Dragich, 58, of Cleveland – was taken to MetroHealth with vital accidents. He died later Saturday night, authorities say.
The occupants of the Ford Mustang, three 17-year-old women, weren’t harm within the crash.
The circumstances of the crash stay below investigation, state troopers say. Dragich was not carrying a helmet on the time of the crash.
Dragich’s demise marks the 91st particular person killed and the nineteenth motorcycle-related fatality in Cuyahoga County in 2021, in line with the freeway patrol.
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