Motorcyclist killed in three-vehicle crash, officials say

A motorcyclist was killed and a further person was severely wounded in a 3-motor vehicle crash Saturday afternoon, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey mentioned.

Police responded to a report of a crash just right after 3 p.m. around Tennent Street and Peregrine Drive in Marlboro, officials said.

A Harley David bike, a Ford Explorer and a GMC Acadia have been involved in the collision, authorities stated.

The driver of the bike, a 40-12 months-old male from Piscataway, was pronounced dead on the scene, in accordance to officers.

A woman riding in the motorcycle’s backseat, a 32-year-aged from Piscataway, was airlifted to Jersey Shore Regional Medical Heart. Her condition is not recognized, but the injuries are not considered lifestyle-threatening, the Prosecutor’s Office said.

The motorists of the Ford Explorer and the GMC Acadia were being not severely hurt, authorities claimed.

The id of the guy who was killed is getting withheld pending notification of the future of kin, officers reported.

The situations of the crash are even now below investigation and have not been launched.

Officers are asking anyone who witnessed the crash to phone MCPO detective Nicolas Logothetis at 800-533-7443 or Marlboro Township Law enforcement Division Cpl. David Ruditsky at 732-536-0100.

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