A motorcyclist was killed in a collision with a truck in central Pennsylvania, according to the coroner.
The York Dispatch, Pennsylvania, by Harper Ho
(National Public Radio)
According to the York County coroner’s office, a motorcyclist died Friday after colliding with a pickup truck that was trying to pass him.
Brad Striebig, 68, of York Township’s 2700 block of Crestview Drive died at WellSpan York Hospital at 1:59 p.m.
According to a coroner’s news release, Streibig died from blunt force head trauma because he wasn’t wearing a helmet.
About 1:22 p.m., he was riding west in his 2019 Honda Ruckus.
In West Manchester Township, on the shoulder of West College Avenue on Friday.
When Striebig made a U-turn into the path of a Chevy Silverado pickup, the vehicle “slowed to go around” him, according to the press release.
His death was determined to be unintentional.
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