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Canada One man dead after collision between truck and motorcycle on Park Street

08:20  03 july  2018
08:20  03 july  2018 Source:   leaderpost.com

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One man is dead following a collision between a motorcycle and a truck at the intersection of Park Street and 9th Avenue late Saturday afternoon. The investigation is ongoing, according to police. Staff Sergeant Dean Yadlowski addressed reports that the collision followed police action by noting that

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One man is dead following a collision between a motorcycle and a truck at the intersection of Park Street and 9th Avenue late Saturday afternoon.

The investigation is ongoing, according to police. Staff Sergeant Dean Yadlowski addressed reports that the collision followed police action by noting that, based on the current state of the investigation, there was “no pursuit.”

But he said police were in the same area as the motorcycle driver — by the McDonald’s on the service road near the corner of Park Street and Victoria Avenue — shortly before the collision.

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Regina police say fatal collision between a truck and a motorcycle took place on the Canada Day long weekend. Officers were called to the area of 9th Ave East and Park Street to investigate the crash on June 30. One man was pronounced dead . His name and age were not released by police.

“There was a police presence,” he said. “Police were in the area. Whether or not that contributed to the behaviour of the motorcycle driver is being investigated.”

One witness said he saw police trying to pull over what he believes was the same motorcycle near that McDonald’s shortly before he came across the fatal collision.

“It’s just sad to see,” said the witness, Frank Summerton who was driving home from a funeral at the time of the crash.

“I thought the guy was just going to get a ticket.”

Yadlowski said police also got reports of a previous collision that may have involved the same motorcycle, though that is not confirmed absolutely and police were not at the scene of that incident.

He said the exact sequence that led to the man’s death is still being investigated, but acknowledged that one possible scenario is a chain of events that began with the first collision, proceeded to the McDonald’s and ended with the fatal crash.

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Regina police say fatal collision between a truck and a motorcycle took place on the Canada Day long weekend. Officers were called to the area of 9th Ave East and Park Street to investigate the crash on June 30. One man was pronounced dead . His name and age were not released by police.

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Yadlowski said he has no updates on the condition of the truck driver.

Adal Hussain, a customer service representative at the Husky Gas Station on the corner of 9th and Park, was working when the crash happened.

“I heard a big boom,” said Hussain. “I turned around, there was a guy laying on the ground and then I called 9-1-1.”

He said people at the station ran toward the man to try and help, but police were already on the scene.

“It was just chaos over here,” he said. “It was a scary scene.”

Darrel Holgren, an auto body technician from the South Sask Customs auto repair shop located on the corner across from the Husky, also heard the crash.

“It was just a huge crunch,” said Holgren. “I stared at the kid just hoping his stomach would start moving.”

Holgren said he saw the driver of the truck taken away from the scene of the crash by EMS.

Members of patrol, Forensic Identification and collision analysts from the Traffic Safety Unit were investigating at the scene in conjunction with the Office of the Chief Coroner.

-with files from Arthur White-Crummey

jackerman@postmedia.com

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