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Motorcyclist Dies after Colliding with SUV on I-10

SLIDELL, LA (WVUE) -

Louisiana State Police are investigating vehicle crash that killed a 29-year-old after he was ejected from his motorcycle.

According to police, the crash happened Sunday around 10 p.m. on 1-10 eastbound near Slidell.

Investigators say that a Kawasaki motorcycle driven by Joshua Roberts was traveling behind a Ford Expedition, operated by Ramiro Montoya of Slidell.

For unknown reasons, Roberts ran into the rear of the SUV with the motorcycle. Roberts then lost control, and was ejected.

He later died a the hospital.

State Police say Roberts was wearing of Department of Transportation-approved helmet.

Toxicology tests are pending as the crash remains under investigation. 

 

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