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Man killed in Indiana motorcycle accident

Aug 26, 2008 | Auto Accident, Motorcycle Accident, Personal Injury, Stewart & Stewart

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August 26, 2008

An Indiana motorcycle accident Saturday left one man dead, according to WNDU News.

The man was involved in a race with another vehicle in the Indiana motorcycle accident.

The man driving the motorcycle lost control of his vehicle and hit a curb before crashing into a utility pole in the Indiana motorcycle accident.

The man driving the motorcycle in the Indiana auto accident was killed instantly.

The man driving the car racing the motorcycle was not injured in the Indiana motorcycle accident.

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