Phoenix, AZ – An accident that killed one motorcycle driver has begun an investigation to determine if impairment played a factor in the crash that occurred early Saturday morning.
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A Harley Davison motorcycle was traveling westbound on Buckeye Road when it crashed into a Ford Explorer which was traveling south on 13th Avenue at about 2:00 a.m.. The driver of the Harley, a 56-year old man, was ejected off the motorcycle. Although, the driver was wearing a helmet, he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The 40-year old woman who was driving the Ford Explorer was not injured but demonstrated signs of alcoholic intoxication.
Police are trying to determine if failure to yield on the Explorers side, or impairment were the possible reasons for the collision. They are awaiting toxicology reports.
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