Sean Keller Death – A single-vehicle accident on Sunday resulted in the fatality of a motorcyclist, according to the Wylie Police Department. An accident involving a motorcycle was reported at 11:45 a.m. at the intersection of Pleasant Valley Road and S Ballard Avenue in Wylie. Fire/EMS personnel and police officers arrived to the scene. Officers from Wylie arrived on the site and quickly discovered that the motorcyclist had already passed away.
It has been determined that the motorcyclist was a Wylie resident who was forty years old. Loved ones identified him as Sean Keller. The inquiry into the accident is still ongoing.
Sean Keller Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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Nicholas Wylie, who is better known to his friends as Nick Leo Forbes, was operating a black Kawasaki motorcycle at the time of the accident, which occurred on Wednesday, September 1 on the A85 between Lochearnhead and St Fillans. The accident occurred between the two cities. According to the statements made by the police, the 27-year-old guy from Falkirk “had a strong interest in track cycling and motor cycling and was well-known in both circles as well as many others.”
“Officers have spoken to several witnesses, but are still looking to speak to anyone who was in Nick’s company on the evening of Wednesday, September 1 in the Stirlingshire area and who hasn’t contacted the police,” Sergeant David Marr of the Forth Valley Road Policing Unit said. “Officers are still looking to speak to anyone who was in Nick’s company on the evening of Wednesday, September 1 in the Stirlingshire area,” he added.
Please contact the Forth Valley Road Policing Unit at the number 101 and quote the incident number 3199 of the 1st of September 2021 if you have any information or dash cam footage related to this incident. When the collision occurred at approximately 7:50 p.m., the deceased person was riding a black Kawasaki ZXD7F in the westbound direction on the road that runs along the edge of Loch Earn, according to statements made by the police shortly after the occurrence.
After he lost control of his motorcycle and went down an embankment, he was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident a short while later.
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