Fatal Motorcycle Accident Near Lexington

A motorcycle was involved in a single-vehicle crash when the driver lost control.
Ambulance speeding through a city at night

A motorcyclist lost control resulting in a single-vehicle accident in rural Lexington County not far from Lake Murray.

According to the Lexington Ledger:

Hollow Creek, SC (Paul Kirby) – A motorcyclist is dead after an accident in Lexington County. According to the SC Highway Patrol, the collision occurred at 11:20 p.m. Sunday night. Lance Corporal Tyler Tidwell who is a spokesman for the SCHP, said this happened on Ansel Caughman Road near Union Church Road…

According to Corporal Tidwell, a rider was operating a 1999 Harley Davidson and was traveling west on Ansel Caughman Road. At some point and for reasons unknown, that rider ran off the right side of the road, lost control, and hit a tree. The operator was not wearing a helmet and passed at the scene as a result of injuries sustained in the crash…

 

The SCHP is in charge of investigating the circumstances surrounding the deadly crash.

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