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Motorcycle Crash in Aurora Claims Life of 31-Year-Old Rider

[AURORA, COLORADO] – A tragic accident has resulted in the death of a 31-year-old motorcyclist. The crash occurred on June 14, 2023, at approximately 3:56 p.m. in the vicinity of Tower Road and Interstate 70 in northeast Aurora. According to a news release from the Aurora Police Department, a preliminary analysis suggests that a 2012 Yamaha motorcycle, driven by an Aurora resident, was heading north on Tower Road when it was struck by a 2018 GMC Sierra pickup truck. The motorcyclist suffered severe injuries and was immediately transported to a local hospital, where he sadly succumbed to his injuries.

 

Eyewitnesses reported that the motorcyclist was wearing appropriate safety gear, including a helmet and a riding jacket, and was traveling behind a semi-truck in the northbound lane of Tower Road. It is believed that the 58-year-old driver of the pickup truck, who remains unidentified, was making a turn onto the I-70 onramp after the semi-truck had cleared the intersection. Regrettably, the driver failed to notice the motorcyclist and collided with him.

 

Burnham Law sends its condolences to the family and friends of the motorcyclist. The personal injury team at Burnham Law represent the families of those that have been lost from the negligence of others. We believe in a compassionate representation that honors our clients’ lost loved ones. 

 

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Burnham Law is dedicated to helping injured people make informed legal decisions. Our attorneys are committed to justice for our clients and deterrence for a safer community. Contact Burnham Law today at (303) 625-9193 or at www.burnhamlaw.com.  

 

Disclaimer: Information about this incident is gathered from various sources. This news post is solely to increase public awareness in the community we serve around the dangers of motor vehicle accidents. The information contained in this post is not legal advice or a solicitation for business. We strive for awareness leading to safer roadways. Please contact us if you believe there are inaccuracies or if you would seek to have this post taken down. 

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