Motorcyclist Dies After Colliding into Utility Truck
Posted on September 13th, 2010 by Zane Cagle
A 42 year old man died in a motorcycle accident after the motorcycle he was driving collided into an Ameren UE truck in north St. Louis. According to officials, the motorcycle was traveling at a high speed when it struck the utility truck at in intersection of Riverview and Chambers. The driver of the Ameren truck was uninjured. According to officials, street lights on the intersecting streets were not working at the time of the crash. A reconstruction company is handling the investigation.
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