Motorcyclist Killed After Rear-Ending Car In Bronx

A motorcyclist was killed after he collided with a white Chrysler in the Bronx, officials said. The 48-year-old man was traveling eastbound on the Bruckner Expressway when he collided with a car going in the same direction, police said.


The motorcyclist, whose identity was not released, lost control of his bike and hit the pavement. He was rushed to Jacobi Hospital where he was pronounced dead.


The Chrysler’s driver remained at the scene. No charges or arrests have been made, police said.

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Source: DNAinfo


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