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Australia Motorcyclist killed during downpour in NSW's Central West

03:15  26 march  2020
03:15  26 march  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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A motorcyclist leading a group of riders in NSW ' s central west has died after falling from his bike on a sweeping bend. The 51-year-old fell about 2.40pm on Sunday while travelling along Wimbledon Road, Wimbledon with four other motorcyclists , police said.

A motorcyclist has been killed on NSW ' s south coast, the state's sixth road death in two days. The 40-year-old's bike collided with another motorbike Four people died on NSW roads on Friday, including a truck driver whose semi-trailer rolled down an embankment near the Colo Bridge at Colo, northwest

A man has died following a motorcycle crash in Dubbo last night.

In the pouring rain around 5.30pm yesterday emergency services were called after reports a motorcyclist had crashed near Eulomogo Creek Bridge on Old Dubbo Road.

Police believe the man lost control of his bike as he negotiated a sweeping left-hand bend and hit the Armco railing.

Passers-by located the man and contacted emergency services.

Police and ambulance personnel performed CPR on the man at the scene, but he died shortly after arriving at Dubbo Base Hospital.

a black sign with white text: Motorcyclist killed taking a bend in pouring rain in Dubbo © 9News Motorcyclist killed taking a bend in pouring rain in Dubbo

Officers from Orana Mid-Western Police District established a crime scene and commenced an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the crash.

A report is being prepared for the Coroner.

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