Motorcycle collides with car near First Avenue in Tucson Saturday

Tucson Law enforcement Office states a man is useless immediately after a auto collision in close proximity to North 1st Avenue and East Limberlost Push on Saturday.

Officers responded to reports at 5:10 p.m. of a “severe-personal injury” collision involving a crimson 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt and a blue 2019 Yamaha YZFR3 motorcycle.

Prior to police arrival, Tucson firefighters responded and started treating individuals associated, sooner or later transporting the motorbike rider to Banner University Health care Centre with lifestyle-threatening injuries.

The bike rider was recognized as Blaine Martineau, 53. He died en route to the healthcare facility, law enforcement said.

Dependent on interviews, officers determined that the driver of the Cobalt attempted to make a still left switch from a company positioned on the northeast corner of the intersection onto southbound 1st Avenue.

As the driver was generating the change, the Yamaha, touring northbound on 1st Avenue, collided with the Cobalt.

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