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Exclamation Man killed in high-speed motorcycle crash on River Road - April 11, 2011, 06:29 AM

Man killed in high-speed motorcycle crash on River Road
Man killed in high-speed motorcycle crash on River Road | 911 | Puyallup News
The damage to the car after the crash. The forks from the motorcycle can be seen in the front. Photo by Trooper Guy Gill/WSP
A 24-year-old Puyallup man was killed Saturday afternoon after a high speed motorcycle crash on Highway 167 (River Road) west of Puyallup.

Troop Guy Gill of the Washington State Patrol says that the man was traveling at over 100 miles per hour on his 2009 Suzuki GSX R1000 east on River Road near 78th Avenue East when he crashed his motorcycle into a 1993 Chevrolet Lumina at 12:15 p.m. The impact threw the motorcyclist from the bike and he ended up around 440 feet from the collision scene, according to Gill. The high impact of the crash also left the front fork assembly of the bike embedded in the front of the Lumina, broken off from the rest of the motorcycle.

The motorcyclist was declared dead at the scene. The 28-year-old man driving the Lumina was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital for treatment, but Gill said his injuries were minor.

Gill said the motorcyclist was wearing a helmet, but it wasn’t known if drugs or alcohol was a factor.

On Sunday night, WSP announced that the motorcyclist had been identified as Tyler J. Huber.


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April 11, 2011, 06:36 AM

That sucks. Condolences to the rider's family & friends.

But seriously, take that shit to the track. He wouldn't have had to worry about oncoming traffic.


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April 11, 2011, 06:46 AM

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That sucks. Condolences to the rider's family & friends.

But seriously, take that shit to the track. He wouldn't have had to worry about oncoming traffic.
Agree with both. I was just looking at those photos; a young kid and a nice bike both destroyed and gone in an instant. So much safer at the track. Thankfully the driver of the car wasn't also killed.


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Holy hell that's a lot of impact!





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April 11, 2011, 07:31 AM

Man, he flew 440 ft!? That picture is insane.


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Here we go..... Interesting comments as usual. RIP.


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April 11, 2011, 07:48 AM

With speed comes great responsibility....
I'm just wondering...how do you hit a car head on?
someone had to veer off into the wrong lane.

Oh and thought this was Was DC's River road...not wash state.


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Studies show that drivers have an especially difficult time accurately estimating how fast a motorcycle is approaching, and this is why so many turn in front of motorcyclists. Unfortunately, they nearly always underestimate how quickly the bike is approaching, and this is dangerously exacerbated when the rider is traveling--wait for it--at high speed, a speed greater than the posted limit and what is usual and customary for the particular section of road.

Think about it. You want to make a left turn across oncoming traffic on a major roadway, and off in the distance you see a headlight. You think you have plenty of time in a 35 mph zone to make your turn. However, if the rider is traveling at 3X the posted limit, forget it. He'll be there before you can barely commit to the turn.


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Studies show that drivers have an especially difficult time accurately estimating how fast a motorcycle is approaching, and this is why so many turn in front of motorcyclists. Unfortunately, they nearly always underestimate how quickly the bike is approaching, and this is dangerously exacerbated when the rider is traveling--wait for it--at high speed, a speed greater than the posted limit and what is usual and customary for the particular section of road.

Think about it. You want to make a left turn across oncoming traffic on a major roadway, and off in the distance you see a headlight. You think you have plenty of time in a 35 mph zone to make your turn. However, if the rider is traveling at 3X the posted limit, forget it. He'll be there before you can barely commit to the turn.

True....
But this looks head on..not T-Boned or crossing a road.
If it was a road crossing then the Impact would be on the right hand side.
its dead center...




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April 11, 2011, 08:56 AM

HHHHOOOOLLLLYYYYY crap. Hope it was like instant death. Not cool to live through a few mins of that. RIP


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April 11, 2011, 09:18 AM

You know. I dont even feel bad for the rider. 100+ on public streets. Really?!


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You know. I dont even feel bad for the rider. 100+ on public streets. Really?!


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