A West Grove PA young has allegedly passed away in a horrible accident involving a Dirt Bike and a fishing line. The boy whose identity was not immediately disclosed was allegedly decapitated after he was struck by a fishing line. Details surrounding the deadly incident are sketchy at this time as law enforcement agencies in the region are yet to release official details in connection to the tragic incident. According to unconfirmed sources, a boy who was riding on his dirt bike Wednesday was killed after he allegedly drove near a body of water that individuals visit for mainly fishing purposes.
According to unsubstantial claims, the boy was immediately decapitated by the fishing line as he tried to speedily drive past the scene. At the time of this publication, law enforcement agencies have not released any details confirming this incident to be true. Multiple social media platforms are currently going berserk following the alleged death of the young boy.
This is a developing story, more details soon…
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On Sunday afternoon, a young child tragically lost his life in a dirt bike accident. The boy and his father were reportedly riding in a vehicle on Kilmar Street near Norton Street at about 3:30 p.m. When the accident occurred, the boy was riding on the back of the dirt bike with his father. The dad is okay, although he got hurt. According to the police, neither of them was wearing a helmet. A local hospital was called and the boy was admitted, but he did not survive. The father was not charged on Sunday, but pending the results of the investigation, that might change.
Dirt motorcycles are “situationally dependent” on their legality; to ride one on a public road in New York, for example, one must have the proper registration and follow all other conditions outlined in the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law. On Monday, Lovely Warren, mayor of Rochester, issued the following statement: “Yesterday’s news regarding the death of a young boy while riding on a motorbike is truly heartbreaking,” Mayor Warren remarked. I’m praying for him and his loved ones and I’m asking everyone here to do the same.
The lessons of this catastrophe are clear: it is reckless and intolerable to ride motorcycles and ATVs on City streets and sidewalks. Please exercise common sense and keep these cars, which are not registered with the government, off public streets, and on private land. We will collaborate with locals to spread awareness about the risks posed by these cars in City communities.
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