State Police: Motorcyclist killed on Route 67 collision in Southbury

A 52-year-old motorcyclist was killed on Friday, Nov. 27, 2020 in an accident involving a dump struck, State Police said. According to the accident report, the dump truck was traveling eastbound on Kettletown Road and the motorcycle was traveling southbound on Route 67 (Southford Road). The intersection (pictured) is a short distance from I-84.

A 52-yr-ancient motorcyclist become killed on Friday, Nov. 27, 2020 in an accident involving a dump struck, State Police noted. in line with the accident report, the dump truck was touring eastbound on Kettletown highway and the bike was touring southbound on Route sixty seven (Southford highway). The intersection (pictured) is a brief distance from I-eighty four.

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SOUTHBURY — A fifty two-12 months-historic motorcyclist became killed Friday evening in an accident involving a dump truck, State Police talked about.

according to the accident report, just earlier than 7:30 p.m., the dump truck changed into traveling eastbound on Kettletown street and the motorbike changed into touring southbound on Route sixty seven (Southford road). The intersection is a brief distance from Interstate 84.

both motors then “collided within the intersection,” based on Sgt. Brian Ness, of the Southbury Resident Trooper’s office.

The motorcyclist — identified as Mark R. Kibby, of North Granby — turned into ejected from the motorcycle “and sustained serious existence-threatening accidents.”

He “turned into transported to St. Mary’s medical institution the place he turned into later suggested deceased,” Van Ness noted.

A fifty two-yr-old Holmes, N.Y. man, identified as the driver of the dump truck, in response to the accident file, turned into not injured.

Troopers from the State Police automobiles unit (accident reconstruction) investigated the crash.

The accident, being investigated through Trooper Brianna Critelli, is still open.