Tony Culver Death – A motorcycle accident that occurred on Wednesday on Interstate 90 resulted in the death of a man from Erie, according to the Pennsylvania State Police, At approximately 4:19 in the afternoon, it occurred along the lanes of the interstate that travel in the westbound direction near mile marker 37, which is close to the interchange with I-86.
According to the authorities, Anthony Culver, 52, was riding a Harley-Davidson motorbike in the direction of the westbound traffic when he overtook many automobiles in the left lane. After that, Culver moved over to the left lane, but instead of staying there, he went onto the gravel that was on the shoulder and hit numerous guide rail posts, according to the troopers.
The state police reported that he was thrown off the motorcycle and pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.
Tony Culver Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Driver died in I-90 crash in Post Falls
A guy from Post Falls, Idaho, aged 58, was pronounced dead on Wednesday after being found trapped in a car that had crashed and caught fire on Interstate 90 in Post Falls. According to a news release issued by the Idaho State Police, the guy was operating a Chevrolet Aveo in the westbound lanes of the interstate at approximately 11:50 a.m. when he veered off the roadway and collided with a concrete bridge retaining wall at the Idaho Road overpass.
According to the troopers, the driver did not have a seat belt on and consequently passed away at the scene of the accident. According to the Chief of the Kootenai County Fire and Rescue Department, Chris Way, the department received a call of a car fire at the overpass with someone trapped inside.
Way explained that first responders arrived at the area and found out that a car had wrecked after they had already investigated the situation. They put out the fire and then discovered a person who had been trapped inside.
ISP has opened an investigation.
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