Motorcycle Accident Maine – On Saturday, there was a major motorcycle accident in the Tri-Cities area for the third time in the past two days. According to the Richland Police Department, the collision that occurred on Saturday night was different from the prior two in that the motorcyclist survived the incident despite suffering significant injuries. According to the reports that were filed by the police, at around ten o’clock in the evening, a motorbike was seen passing a car that was traveling in the same direction on the 500 block of Columbia Point Drive in Richland.
A collision occurred between a car and a motorbike as the driver turned into a driveway. On Sunday, Richland police were conducting an investigation, but they were unable to identify which direction the automobile was going at this point. The police department tweeted on social media that “We strongly urge everyone to drive safely and to follow the rules of the road,” highlighting the fact that this was the third accident that had occurred since Friday.
On Friday afternoon about one o’clock, a motorcyclist was killed in a collision with an SUV that occurred close to the West Richland station of the Benton Fire District 4 on Bombing Range Road. The victim was identified as Daniel Neil, 30, from Pasco, according to Bill Leach, the coroner for Benton County on Saturday. Then, at around 6:50 p.m. on Friday, a motorist who was 21 years old wrecked his motorbike after losing control of it in Columbia Park, according to the Kennewick police.
According to the reports of the police, Elias Cervantes Jr. of Moses Lake was riding his motorbike through the park at high speeds, going back and forth on the two-lane road that runs through the park. On the section that connects the skate park and the east boat launch, he lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a concrete sign. He passed away before anyone could get him to a hospital in time.