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Crash on 619 today - November 20, 2010, 10:13 PM

I rolled up to Northern Va today and hit 619 around 2:30 pm, there was a biker down heading toward Quantico. I didn't see much just a bike in the trees and a bunch of paramedics hanging around, I hope everyone is safe on this board and that the rider survived.


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November 21, 2010, 06:21 AM

That road is only good to go fast on if you know it. Hope the guy/ gal is ok.


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November 21, 2010, 06:58 AM

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November 21, 2010, 03:39 PM

joplin rd? hope rider is ok:/
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November 22, 2010, 02:46 PM

I remember riding that road plenty of time when I was stationed at Quantico. Definitely better be on your P's and Q's.


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November 22, 2010, 02:59 PM

I have ridden it a few times, I used to drive it almost every day. It is a very fun but very dangerous road. I wish I could find out if the rider survived because I know the bike slammed into a tree. I really hope the rider managed to avoid that mess.


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November 22, 2010, 03:20 PM

Hope they are alright. I personally love the rode but understand it can get tricky. Coming up over those hills at speed can be a doosie.......or that 1 sharp turn that my good friend like...lol..he gave it a hug


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November 22, 2010, 03:38 PM

THIS IS NOT THE ACCIDENT mentioned here but i found this while looking for info on this accident.

MANASSAS, Va. -- Larry Daniel Talley, a Virginia Railway Express Manassas line conductor, died Sunday in a motorcycle accident in Montgomery County, Md.
Talley, 33, most often worked on Manassas line trains 330, 327, 338, and 337, said VRE spokesman Mark Roeber.
“Not everybody knew his name, but they would have known his face,” Roeber said.
“The Manassas riders clearly have an understanding of who he was. The feedback we’ve gotten from the riders, of course, is that they’ve enjoyed him on the train. Clearly he was becoming part of our family,” Roeber said of Talley, who recently came to VRE from Norfolk Southern.
According to a Montgomery County Police Department press release, Talley was riding a 2004 Suzuki west on Mateny Road in Germantown and lost control of the motorcycle as he approached Great Seneca Highway about 3:30 p.m.
Talley and the Suzuki separated when the motorcycle went down , according to police reports.
Talley slid into a vehicle parked on the right side of Mateny Road and the Suzuki was struck by two vehicles as it slid through the intersection and came to rest on the southbound shoulder of Great Seneca Highway, according to police accident scene investigators.
Talley, of Jones Lane in Gaithersburg, was taken to Shady Grove Hospital where he died at 4:32 p.m.
Investigators do not believe Talley had a permit to operate a motorcycle. He was not wearing a helmet, the release stated.
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November 22, 2010, 03:54 PM

^ gggeewww, not hearing a helmet??? c'mon, son. RIP to the rider but you gotta be smarter than that or expect to snuff it at some point.
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December 1, 2010, 04:07 PM

I drove by this one as well right before the cops showed up. Looked like there were two riders one down the other standing next to his own bike an a guy directing traffic. I didn't see anyone near the downed rider. They pushed me through quick so I couldn't tell what happened. Past cops and fire truck heading to the scene shortly down the road. hope the guy is alright...


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