FULTON COUNTY, Ga — A motorcyclist died after they crashed into a car on highway 74 on Friday, Fairburn Police said.
The Georgia Department of Public Safety said a 2016 Kia Sorento attempted to make a left turn and crashed into a 2006 Honda CBR1000 motorcycle.
The driver of the motorcycle was separated from the motorcycle, struck the top of the Kia Sorento, then came to rest on the pavement just north of the area of impact, according to the department.
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The driver of the Kia Sorento said she never saw the motorcyclist approaching the intersection, according to the GDPS.
Several witnesses on the scene gave statements to authorities saying that the motorcycle was traveling well over 100 miles per hour and “splitting traffic,” according to the department.
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The driver of the Kia Sorento was transported to a local medical facility by family members.
The motorcyclist’s identity has not been released.
Several witnesses on the scene gave statements to authorities saying that the motorcycle was traveling well over 100 miles per hour and “splitting traffic.”
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