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Theodora Sikora Killed in North Carolina Motorcycle Crash

A woman named Theodora Sikora was tragically killed last Friday in a motorcycle crash near Asheville, North Carolina.  Reports indicate that Ms. Sikora was riding as a passenger on a motorcycle that lost control while traveling eastbound on Interstate 240.  As a result, Ms. Sikora was thrown from the bike and died at the scene of the accident.

The driver of the motorcycle was hospitalized with very serious injuries.  Ms. Skiora was 55 years old.

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Princeton NC Motorcycle Crash Results in Death of Biker

A motorcyclist from West Virginia was tragically killed on Sunday afternoon in an accident on U.S. Highway 70 near Princeton, North Carolina.  The crash happened when an SUV failed to yield and pulled out in front of the motorcycle.  The driver of the SUV was charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle; driving while impaired; and leaving the scene of an accident.

There is very little additional information available about this wreck.  If we learn more about this wreck, we will update this post.

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Ibn Dixon Killed in Greensboro NC Motorcycle Collision With Vehicle

A young man named Ibn Dixon was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident in Greensboro, North Carolina on Wednesday night.  The collision occured around 11:00 pm at the intersection of East Wendover Avenue and Elwell Street.  According to available information, Mr. Dixon was traveling west on East Wendover when a man driving a Dodge Dart attempted to turn left into the intersection and crossed the path of Mr. Dixon.  Mr. Dixon was 28 years old.

At this time, there are no charges pending but the police investigation is still on-going.

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Motorcyclist Chad Engelkins Killed in Winston-Salem NC Motorcycle Collision With Truck

A gentleman named Chad Engelkins from Pfafftown, North Carolina was tragically killed in a motorcycle crash on Thursday night in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  The crash happened around the 4000 block of Reynolda Road.  According to available information, Mr. Engelkins was operating a 2005 Harley-Davidson motorcycle when he attempted to pass a Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck.  As Mr. Englelkins was beginning his pass, reports indicate that the pickup truck merged into the left lane and a collision resulted.

Mr. Engelkins was 46 years old.

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Salisbury NC Motorcycle Passenger Seriously Injured in Crash

A woman riding as a passenger on a motorcycle in Salisbury, North Carolina was seriously injured in a crash on Friday afternoon.  The crash happened on West Innes Street at around 3:30 p.m.  According to available information, the motorcycle rear-ended a Toyota Corolla causing the woman passenger to suffer very serious injuries.

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol is investigating this crash and there is no indication at this time as to why the driver of the motorcycle failed to reduce speed.

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Charles Bryan and Melissa Brooks Killed in Camden County NC Motorcycle Crash

Two people were tragically killed in a motorcycle accident on Sunday in Camden County, North Carolina.  According to available information, a 17-year old driver was making a left turn onto U.S. Highway 17 at the intersection of Morgans Corner Road and failed to yield to the motorcycle which was traveling south on US 17.  The resulting collision caused the two occupants of the motorcycle to be ejected.  They were both transported to the hospital but did not survive.

The victims are Charles Bryan of Portsmouth, Virginia and Melissa Brooks of Chesapeake, Virginia.  The driver has been charged with failure to yield and misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

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Orlando Perez Killed in Vanceboro NC Motorcycle Crash

A gentleman named Orlando Perez was tragically killed on Friday evening when he was hit by a pickup near Vanceboro, North Carolina.  According to available information, Mr. Perez was traveling east on Pactolus Highway on his motorcycle when a man driving a pickup attempted to execute u-turn and crossed the path of Mr. Perez causing the crash.

Mr. Perez was apparently on his way home from work when he was hit.  He was 46 years old.  The driver of the pickup has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

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Isaiah Flowers Killed in Fayetteville NC Motorcycle Crash

A gentleman named Isaiah Flowers was tragically killed in a crash Thursday evening in Fayetteville, North Carolina.  According to available information, Mr. Flowers was traveling near the intersection of Cliffdale Road and Pritchett Road when a woman traveling west on Cliffdale turned left across his path of travel.

Mr. Flowers died at the scene.  He was apparently 20 years old and from Topeka, Kansas.  The driver has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

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Timothy Kellam Killed in Greensboro, NC Motorcycle Crash

A gentleman named Timothy Kellam was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident on May 27 in Greensboro, North Carolina when a woman failed to yield to him.  The crash happened at the intersection of Summit Avenue and Textile Drive around 8:50 pm.  According to available information, a woman driving a 2012 Nissan Sentra north on Summit Avenue turned across the path of Mr. Kellam causing the collision.

The driver of the Nissan has been charged for her role in the crash.  Mr. Kellam was 33 years old and from Greensboro.

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Robert Davis Seriously Injured in Shelby NC Motorcycle Crash

A gentleman named Robert Davis was seriously injured on Monday when he was hit by a car in Shelby, North Carolina.  The crash happened on Old Post Road also known as NC Highway 226 at around 2:00 pm.  According to available information, a woman driving a Dodge Durango was turning into Bradshaw’s Food Mart and crossed the path of Mr. Davis.

Mr. Davis was airlifted to Carolina Medical Center in Charlotte for treatment of very serious injuries.  The driver of the Durango has been charged with a failure to yield.

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