Australia Motorcyclist dies after crashing into a pole in Newcastle

04:08  08 january  2020
04:08  08 january  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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  Motorcyclist dies after crashing into a pole in Newcastle © AAP Image/Julian Smith A motorcyclist has died after a crash overnight, prompting a critical incident investigation.

Just before 3am police patrolling Newcastle's CBD attempted to stop a motorcycle on Hunter Street and when it failed to stop a pursuit began.

The pursuit was stopped because of safety concerns, but a short time later the motorbike hit a pole on Scott Street and crashed.


First aid was performed, however, the man died at the scene. He is yet to be formally identified, NSW Police said.

A crime scene has been established, which will be examined by specialist forensic officers.

Scott Street was closed between Wolf and Watt streets but has since reopened.

A critical incident team are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.

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