Jack Leslie Fee, 65, killed when his motorcycle crashes into car attempting to change lanes on U.S. 70 near Hot Springs, Arkansas
Hot Springs man dies after pickup changes lanes, hits motorcycle, troopers say
An eastbound 2007 Chevrolet Silverado attempted to change lanes, and the front-right side of the vehicle struck the front of the motorcycle, troopers said. As a result of the crash, Fee was thrown over the motorcycle’s handlebars, the report states.
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