Maria Bullock Obituary, A Victim Of Sturgis SD Motorcycle Accident Has Died – Death
Maria Bullock Obituary, Death – These releases only include information regarding investigations that were carried out by the South Dakota Highway Patrol. The initial investigation into the collision has revealed that a 1986 Honda GLI200 motorcycle traveling eastbound was able to avoid colliding with a 2006 GMC Envoy that was traveling in front of it by swerving. Following the collision with the Envoy, the driver of the motorcycle was ejected from the vehicle. The first motorcycle that was laying in the street was struck by a Harley-Davidson FLHRS Road King motorcycle model year 2005 that was traveling in the opposite direction.
During the nine days that make up the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the South Dakota Highway Patrol will publish daily reports on the number of traffic accidents and crimes that have occurred in and around the city of Sturgis. The statistics produced by other organizations, like as the Sturgis Police Department and the several county sheriff’s offices in the area, are not included in the daily releases that are referred to as the Rally Tally.
The male rider of the Road King, who was 51 years old, was ejected from the motorcycle and was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. A helmet was fastened on his head. The male rider of the Honda motorcycle, who was 64 years old and received critical but not life-threatening injuries, was sent to the hospital in Sturgis after the accident. He did not have a helmet on his head. The following information, which was compiled from six in the morning on Sunday through six in the morning on Monday and was released at midday MDT each day of the rally.