UPDATE: Police announced on Saturday that a motorcyclist lost his life when he collided with the back of an SUV that was executing a U-turn outside of Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn. Jason Gans, age 21, was driving eastbound on Poly Place at Seventh Avenue in Bay Ridge at approximately 2:05 p.m. on Friday when a 54-year-old man driving a 2009 Chevrolet HHR in front of him drove into the opposite lane outside of the US Army post, according to the police. Gans was struck and killed in the collision.
Gans made an effort to steer clear of the oncoming traffic but crashed into the back of the SUV, causing him to be ejected from the motorcycle. Gans was taken by EMS to NYU Langone Hospital in Brooklyn, but he could not be saved from his injuries and passed away there. Gans’s home was in Bergen Beach, which was approximately 10 miles away from the site of the accident.
According to the police, the driver of the SUV did not flee the scene. There was not an instant filing of any charges.
Jason Gans Death – Jason Gans of Brooklyn, New York, passed away following a motorcycle accident, loved ones have taken to different social media platforms to share tributes and condolences. Charlene Fanelli, a Pediatrics wrote in a Facebook tribute that Jason Gans should rest in peace as he will always be in her heart. Gans who sustained severe injuries later succumbed to them.
Jason Gans Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE; Man died in motorcycle crash in Old Brooklyn
According to the Cleveland police, an accident between a motorcycle and an SUV resulted in the fatality of the rider of the motorcycle. A collision occurred at approximately 8 o’clock in the evening in the Old Brooklyn district of Cleveland, and officers were dispatched to the vicinity of State Road and Leopold Avenue.
The biker, a male in his twenties, was traveling south on State Road when an SUV driven by a man in his twenties performed a left turn onto Leopold Avenue from State Road, driving directly into the path of the motorcycle. The rider was a man in his twenties.
The motorcycle, who, according to the police, was traveling at a speed “well above” the posted speed limit of 25 mph, then collided head-on with the SUV. According to the police, the biker was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, and he was pronounced dead at the spot. An investigation is currently in way.
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