The body of a 42-year-old man has been found up to 12 hours after he went missing on a country road in the Lockyer Valley west of Brisbane yesterday.
Queensland Police say the rider died “following a single-vehicle motorcycle crash” on Lowood Minden Road at Coolana.
“Preliminary information indicates the motorcycle was travelling south along Lowood Minden Road sometime between 8.15pm and 10pm (September 23) when it left the road and crashed,” Police say.
TheRegency Downs man’s body was found beside his motorcycle about 10.45am yesterday by a member of the public.
He was pronounced deceased at the scene.
The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating the cause of the crash.
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Scooter rider dies after collision with ute
Meanwhile, a 19-year-old P-plate driver from Kellyville has been charged with dangerous driving occasioning death after a crash with a 41-year-old man on scooter in Sydney.
The collision between a Toyota Hilux ute and the scooter occurred in the back streets of Five Dock about 8.45pm, Tuesday (24 September 2019).
Emergency services were called to the intersection of Spencer Street and William Street following reports that a car and motorised scooter collided.
The rider was treated at the scene by NSW Ambulance paramedics. He died a short time later.
Officers attached to Burwood Police Area Command attended and established a crime scene that will be examined by the Metro Crash Investigation Unit.
The male driver of the Hilux was arrested and taken to hospital for mandatory testing.
He was later charged and will appear in court today.
Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the crash continue.
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