Seabrook Motorcycle Accident: Near a collision that took place on Route 107 in Seabrook on Saturday afternoon, one rider was killed and another was injured. At 2:14 in the afternoon, police were called to the area at 319 Route 107, which is close to The Brook casino. According to the authorities, a 2019 Harley Davidson motorcycle was going south on Route 107 when a 2010 Toyota Corolla was traveling north on Route 107 when it attempted to make a left-hand turn into the gaming facility and collided with both vehicles.
The rider of the motorcycle was deemed to have died at the scene of the accident. The identity of the driver has not been made public by the authorities at this time. According to the reports from the police, the passenger on the motorcycle sustained critical injuries and had to be taken to the hospital. The people who were traveling in the Toyota Corolla were not hurt in the collision.
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The inquiry into the accident is still ongoing. According to the authorities, neither speed nor alcohol appears to be contributing factor. After the collision, Route 107 was blocked off from Lower New Zealand Road all the way to Batchelder Road for a good number of hours. As a result of the serious nature of the collision, the Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit was dispatched to the scene.
On the scene, in addition to the Seabrook Police Department and the New Hampshire State Police, the Kensington Police Department, the Hampton Falls Police Department, the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office, the Seabrook Fire Department, the Department of Transportation, and the Deputy Medical Examiner’s Office provided assistance to the law enforcement agencies.