Provincial law enforcement are investigating a deadly motorbike crash just north of Port Dover.
The collision happened about 7 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of St. John’s Road East and Cockshutt Road.
OPP stated the bike was travelling eastbound on St. John’s Road East when it collided with an SUV heading southbound on Cockshutt Street.
The motorcycle driver, law enforcement claimed, was pronounced useless at the scene.
The passenger was ejected from the motorbike. They were being afterwards airlifted to a Hamilton healthcare facility with existence threatening accidents.
“That human being has been downgraded to non-existence threatening injuries,” OPP Cst. Ed Sanchuk said in an update Wednesday.
The driver of the SUV had minor accidents and was transported to a area healthcare facility.
Portion of Cockshutt Road and St. John’s Highway East have been shut down for more than eight hrs while law enforcement have been on scene investigating.
Remaining Protected ON THE Streets
Tuesday’s crash was the 2nd fatal bike crash close to Port Dover in just around a month.
On May well 13, a rider was killed soon after their bike collided with another vehicle on St. John’s Road and Blueline Highway, about a few kilometres away from the scene of Tuesday’s crash.
OPP are reminding all motorists that there are extra motorcycles on the highway during warm summer time months.
“Motorcycle operators will not have the exact safety as you,” claimed Cst. Sanchuk. “So when we’re working with these collisions, we’re ordinarily dealing with serious, daily life threatening accidents, existence altering accidents, or demise.”
Police mentioned all drivers require to be accountable and spend awareness to prevent very similar tragedies.
“The last thing we want to do as law enforcement officers is knock on someone’s doorway saying that their liked one particular is not coming dwelling to them as a consequence of a preventable collision,” described Cst. Sanchuk.
— With reporting by Jeff Pickel