UPDATE: On Saturday, two persons were riding the same motorcycle when they collided with the back of another motorcycle on Interstate 24. Both riders were pronounced dead at the scene. According to a report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol that was acquired by Clarksville Now, the motorbikes were going in the westbound lanes near mile marker 11 at approximately 4:23 in the afternoon.
According to the THP report, the motorbike that was in the rear, a 2020 Suzuki GSX, collided with the motorcycle that was in the front, a 2022 Suzuki GSX. A rider and a passenger were seated on each motorcycle.
Both the rider and passenger of the motorbike that was involved in the accident, Lennon Roberts, 42, from Kentucky, and Dianne Hinds, 45, from Georgia, died as a result of the collision. Both the rider and passenger of the motorcycle that was in front of us, a 37-year-old man and a 36-year-old woman from Tennessee, walked away unscathed from the collision.
At the site was the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the Clarksville Police Department, and the Clarksville Fire Rescue Department.
Lennon Roberts Death – Lennon Roberts of Owensboro, Kentucky, has passed away unexpectedly. Roberts who is also known as “Bago” was said to have died following a motorcycle accident. Roberts was a native of Scarborough, Tobago. He went to Signal Hill Secondary Comprehensive School and studied at Brescia University. The authorities have not released any information regarding the details of the accident.
Because of the severe injuries he sustained in the accident, Roberts was pronounced dead at the scene.
Lennon Roberts Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Donnie Pitman died after motorcycle crash in Owensboro
The Owensboro Police Department responded to a crash that resulted in a fatality on Saturday afternoon in the 1700 block of Virginia Court. According to what they heard, the collision occurred between a motorcycle and a parked automobile. It took place around 3:30 in the afternoon. According to the authorities, the rider of the motorcycle was transferred to Owensboro Health, where he reportedly passed away a few hours later.
Donnie Pitman, 37 years old, a resident of Owensboro, was recognized as the motorcyclist by the authorities. The authorities have stated that they would be conducting an investigation into the crash.
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