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Airman dies in Louisville motorcycle accident

Posted on September 5th, 2012 No Comments

A 28-year-old Air Force captain died on Sunday night along Brownsboro Road after he lost control of his motorcycle in a rainstorm. The airman had just come back from a deployment in Saudi Arabia the day before.

According to WAVE 3, the captain was wearing a helmet when he lost control of his motorcycle and struck a vehicle. Witnesses, including a doctor and nurse practitioner, rushed to his aid. The man’s pulse was described as weak before an ambulance arrived and took him to University Hospital.

He later died of multiple blunt force trauma. He will be laid to rest on Friday.

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