Bike driver killed after rear-ending automotive in Aurora, police say


A person died Monday when his bike rear-ended a automotive that slowed right down to make a proper flip, Aurora police mentioned.
The preliminary investigation signifies {that a} Mazda sedan and bike had been touring east on Alameda Avenue within the right-hand lane and approaching South Peoria Avenue, when the automotive slowed to show proper onto Peoria, the Aurora Police Division mentioned in an announcement.
The bike then bumped into the again of the automotive and the driving force was thrown from the bike. The motive force died on the scene, police mentioned.
The motive force of the automotive had minor accidents and was taken to a hospital.
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Police mentioned that investigators are attempting to find out the drivers’ speeds and different components that contributed to the crash. The Arapahoe County coroner will launch the bike driver’s title when his identification is confirmed and his household is notified.
Police are asking anybody who witnessed this crash or may need video to contact the Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP (7867) or contact the Aurora Police Division Site visitors Unit.


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