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Motorcycle Accidents Archives

North Carolina man dies in motorcycle accident

A local man is dead following a fatal accident on August 3. North Carolina police have very little information about the motorcycle accident so far, but the investigation is ongoing. No charges have been filed in association with this tragic case as of this writing.

Motorcycle accident in North Carolina leaves 1 dead

A motorcycle rider who has not been identified by police is dead after a serious accident, according to local authorities. The motorcycle accident happened on the late morning of July 5. Charges were apparently still pending in connection to this accident, and North Carolina police continue to investigate the particulars of the situation.

Motorcycle accident in North Carolina leaves one injured

A devastating crash on Highway 87 between a motorcycle and a tractor trailer has left one woman with serious injuries. The motorcycle accident occurred in the early hours of the morning of April 18 just inside the limits of a North Carolina city. Police responded to the crash immediately, and their investigation into the nature of the accident is ongoing.

Another fatal hit-and-run motorcycle accident in North Carolina

When a collision occurs between a motorcycle and an enclosed vehicle, the risk of serious injury or worse to the biker is obvious. The lack of protection a biker has against the force and weight of a larger vehicle often results in tragic consequences. Unfortunately, this theme played out yet again in a recent North Carolina motorcycle accident in Fayetteville.

Biker dies in North Carolina motorcycle accident, charges filed

A North Carolina biker has died in a tragic crash. The 41-year-old man died when his bike collided with a car driven by a 20-year-old woman from out of state. The woman reportedly responsible is now facing criminal charges related to the motorcycle accident.

North Carolina military steps up motorcycle accident prevention

The military in North Carolina is stepping up its efforts to reduce the deaths of servicemen who ride motorcycles. A motorcycle accident can happen at any time, but the military is seeing an astounding number of deaths related to bikes. Although motorcycle fatalities have decreased, in 2008 the numbers were at an all-time high when 113 military members succumbed to injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.

Man in North Carolina motorcycle accident still in hospital

Drivers on North Carolina roads assume some responsibility for other drivers on the road as well as their passengers. When someone takes their eyes off the road or becomes otherwise distracted for more than a second, the results can be tragic. A motorcycle accident led to one man sustaining critical injuries. After the crash, he was rushed to a local hospital for medical treatment.

North Carolina hit-and-run motorcycle accident kills couple

A man accused of killing two North Carolina residents from Granite Quarry in a motorcycle accident is now facing criminal charges. The recent crash occurred in Rowan County at the intersection of Airport Road and Village Creek Way. The man responsible for the motorcycle accident eventually turned himself in to police.

Motorcycle accident kills North Carolina man in Wilmington

When operating any type of vehicle, drivers assume a reasonable duty of care for the safety of others on the road. While diligence and being watchful can prevent many accidents, sometimes a small careless error can result in tragic consequences. In recent news, a motorcycle accident took the life of 68-year-old North Carolina man. The accident occurred on the night of Friday, April 20, in Wilmington. The motorcycle accident occurred after the man turned left in front of a Port City Taxi.

Motorcycle accident kills father and son

The consequences of motor vehicle accidents in Wilmington, North Carolina, and across the state can prove devastating, and those whose conduct caused the accident should be held responsible for their negligent actions. While one would hope that the at-fault driver would stay at the scene of the motorcycle accident and help render aid if necessary, many instead choose to try to run.

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