Motorcyclist killed when thrown into oncoming traffic on US-131

CONSTANTINE TOWNSHIP, Mich. -- A 28-year-old man is dead after another driver turned into the driver's path, throwing him from his bike into oncoming traffic.

It happened around 10:30 p.m. Sunday on US-131 and North River Road in St. Joseph County.

The motorcyclist was headed southbound on US-131 when another driver, who was stopped at North River Road, turned into the motorcyclist's path and the two collided.

The impact sent the motorcyclist off the bike and into oncoming traffic.

Another vehicle struck the motorcyclist while he was laying in the roadway. Crews attempted CPR but the motorcyclist died from his injuries.

The crash remains under investigation.

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  • Mike

    This (driver pulling out on 131 by Constantine) happens ALL THE TIME. Every single time I ride through, there is always an idiot that pulls out in front of me. Once I wouldve crashed into him but passed on the right hand side shoulder to avoid death and some stupid state trooper ticketed me for passing on the right. Michigan state police are a disgrace. Prosecute the drivers who fail to yield and MURDER motorcycle riders.

    • Avengefulwaffle

      Really? A good man was killed and you nothing better to do with your life then be a grammar nazi. Get a life

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