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Fatal motorcycle crash in Old South London early Monday morning
17 July 2017, 03:16 | Terri Saunders
London police investigate a fatal motorcycle crash on Ridout Street in Old South early Monday morning
London police say a man is dead after a motorcycle crash.
Police responded 7:50 p.m.to 34 Francis St. for a report that a motorcycle collided with a vehicle parked in the southbound lane, police said in a statement.
Upon arriving at the scene, police found the man lying on a front lawn. "His identity is being withheld pending notification of family", police said.
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Police have closed Ridout Street between Elmwood Avenue and Craig Steet with members of the Traffic Management Unit investigate. He was transported to a local hospital and pronounced dead at approximately 8:24 p.m. The motorcycle, a 2004 Kawasaki came to a final rest facing north on the sidewalk in the southbound side of the road.
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