Motorcyclist killed in Logan accident
LOGAN, Utah — One man died in a motorcycle accident Tuesday morning in Logan.
According to Lt. Brett Randall of the Logan City Police Department, authorities were notified of a motorcycle crash at 9:30 a.m. The crash happened at 1900 West and 200 South, just south of the landfill in Logan.
The motorcyclist was already deceased when first responders arrived. Additionally, police aren’t sure when the accident happened because it appeared he had been there for some time.
Authorities say that the motorcyclist failed to negotiate a turn. But why he failed to negotiate the turn is still being investigated.
The identity of the victim has not been released. Police say they have an idea of who the man is, but are still waiting to get it confirmed.
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