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County Road 813 Motorcycle Truck Collision Takes Riders Life

by | Mar 5, 2017 | 911, Breaking News, County News, Cullman, EMS, Public Safety

County Road 813 Motorcycle Truck Collision Takes Riders Life

Emergency responders from Logan Fire & Rescue and Trimble Volunteer Fire Department have joined deputies of the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office and medical teams from Cullman Emergency Medical Services at the scene of a collision involving a motorcycle and a pick-up truck.

The incident has occurred along the 5000 block of County Road 813 between the Logan and Trimble communities in western Cullman County.

County Road 813 Motorcycle Truck Collision Takes Riders Life

Details on what initiated the crash are not clear at this time. Troopers from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency have just arrived at the location. A full investigation is now underway.

Two occupants of the white pick-up truck have been treated at the scene. They are being transported by ambulance to Cullman Regional. The extent and severity of their injuries are not publicly available.

County Road 813 Motorcycle Truck Collision Takes Riders Life

The single male rider of the motorcycle has perished as a result of injuries sustained in the collision.

Cullman County Coroner Jeremy L. Kilpatrick is now at the location conducting his investigation.

We are holding back the name and personal information on the victim to allow time for the Coroner to notify the family the family and process their loss.

County Road 813 is currently closed to all traffic as emergency response crews perform their duties. It is unknow exactly when the roadway will be open and available for through traffic.

County Road 813 Motorcycle Truck Collision Takes Riders Life
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