Devin Webster Death – On Thursday evening, a man from Tioga County, Pennsylvania was driving his motorcycle when he struck and killed a deer. The victim was identified as Devin K. Webster, who was 23 years old and from Wellsboro. He was identified by the Pennsylvania State Police in Mansfield. According to state police, Webster was traveling a 2016 Triumph Street Twin motorbike on state Route 660 in Covington Township at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday when his bike collided with a deer that was in the highway.
According to the troopers, after the impact Webster lost control of the motorbike and was thrown after repeatedly colliding with the guide rail that was located off the westbound shoulder. At the site, Webster’s death was confirmed by medical personnel. The Mansfield Volunteer Fire Department, UPMC Wellsboro EMS, and Crosskeys Towing offered their assistance to the State Police at the scene of the collision that occurred on Thursday evening.
Devin Webster Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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Monday’s motorcycle accident in Tioga County, Pennsylvania, resulted in one fatality and one significant injury. The collision occurred on Sand Run Road in Duncan Township, south of Wellsboro, at approximately 7:50 p.m., according to the Pennsylvania State Police at Mansfield. Joshua Brought, 44, of Coal Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, was traveling northbound on Sand Run Road at an undetermined speed when he failed to negotiate a left curve in the roadway, according to state police.
Troopers reported that the motorcycle entered a ditch and returned to the roadway before sliding and impacting a guide rail. Brought was ejected from the bicycle upon impact, and the deputy coroner of Tioga County pronounced him dead at the site. Nichole L. Hood, 39, of Shamokin, Pennsylvania, a passenger on Brought’s motorcycle, was also ejected and suffered severe injuries, according to state police.
Her condition is unknown at the Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pennsylvania, where she was evacuated. According to state police, neither Brought nor Hood were wearing helmets at the time of the collision.
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