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Teacher killed in Carmel motorcycle accident

Apr 10, 2008 | Motorcycle Accident, Personal Injury

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April 10, 2008

An Indiana woman was killed in a Carmel motorcycle accident after she crashed her Harley Davidson into a Honda CRV.

The Indianapolis Star reported that a stray dog ran out into the road and caused the Carmel motorcycle accident. The Honda CRV stopped for the dog, but the motorcyclist didn’t have time to stop.

The Indiana woman was wearing a helmet at the time of the Carmel motorcycle accident, but she still died from a massive brain injury.

The motorcyclist killed in the Indiana accident was an American Sign Language teacher at a Carmel High School.

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http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080408/LOCAL01/804080351/1150/LOCAL0101

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