Eric Sizemore Death – Eric Sizemore of Richmond, Virginia, has passed away unexpectedly following a motorcycle accident, he was 38 years old. As the preliminary investigations are still being conducted, the officials have not released any information regarding the findings of those investigations. Sizemore was a Mechanical Technician at Applomattox River Water Authority and also worked as an Operation Supervisor with Adamson Global.
He went to Thomas Dale High School and studied at John Tyler Community College – Chester VA. Eric Sizemore was engaged to Jacquelyn Juliano
Eric Sizemore Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family at a later date…
RELATED ARTICLE: Daniel Hooban died in motorcycle crash on Hull Street Road
The name of a guy who was killed in a motorcycle accident on the Southside of Richmond early on Friday morning has been made public by the authorities. Officials said that at 6:25 in the morning, the Richmond Police Department was called to the 5500 block of Hull Street Road in response to a report of a collision involving a motorcycle and a sedan.
Officers arrived on the scene to discover that the motorcyclist, identified as Daniel Hooban, 35, from Chesterfield, was lying unconscious on the ground. According to the police, Hooban was declared deceased at the scene of the incident.
According to the police, the driver of the vehicle did not flee the scene after the collision.
“Investigators determined that the collision occurred in the westbound lanes of the Hull Street Road,” the police added. “The RPD Crash Team has interviewed witnesses, taken measurements, and is continuing their investigation into the circumstances surrounding this unfortunate crash. There have been no formal charges brought against you at this time.”
Anyone who witnessed the collision or has information related to it is urged to get in touch with the RPD Crash Team Investigator J. DeBoard at 804-646-1709 or call Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000. There is also the P3 Tips Crime Stoppers app for mobile devices, which can be used. There is no way to be identified when using Crime Stoppers’ services.
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