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Pedestrian killed in Marion motorcycle accident

Jul 10, 2008 | Motorcycle Accident, Personal Injury, Stewart & Stewart


July 10, 2008

An Indiana woman was killed in a Marion motorcycle accident after she walked directly into the path of a motorcycle driving down the road.

The motorcyclist involved in the Marion motorcycle accident was thrown from the bike after running over the pedestrian. According to The Chronicle Tribune, the motorcyclist was taken to Marion General Hospital and treated for a fractured shoulder.

The pedestrian hit in the Marion motorcycle accident was also taken to Marion General Hospital, but died at Fort Wayne’s Parkview Hospital from a ruptured aorta due to blunt force injury from the accident.

The motorcyclist involved in the Indiana motorcycle accident tested negative for drugs or alcohol.

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