Motorcyclist Dies Following Crash on Rural Road
Posted: May 4, 2015
Posted in: Motorcycle Accidents Road Traffic Accidents Wrongful & Accidental Death
A motorcyclist has died following a crash on a rural road on the A85 between Loch Awe and Taynuilt.
The crash occurred just before midday and came off his bike as a result of the incident. The road was shut for six hours as a result of the crash. A Police Scotland spokeswoman said:
“A 34-year-old man has died in a road traffic accident on the A85 in Argyll.“
“He appears to have come off the road on his motorbike.”
It is unknown if the incident occurred as a result of speeding
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