Tiverton man dies in Saturday motorcycle accident

Posted 6/13/21

FALL RIVER — A 31-year-old Tiverton man was killed late Saturday afternoon after the motorcycle he was operating struck another vehicle on Eastern Avenue in Fall River.The deceased operator of …

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Tiverton man dies in Saturday motorcycle accident

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FALL RIVER — A 31-year-old Tiverton man was killed late Saturday afternoon after the motorcycle he was operating struck another vehicle on Eastern Avenue in Fall River.
The deceased operator of the motorcycle has been identified as Kory Gray.
Fall River Police responded to the intersection of Eastern Avenue and County Street for reports of a motorcycle crash involving serious injury.  When first responders arrived on scene, they located Mr. Gray lying on the northbound side of Eastern Avenue.  The victim was declared deceased at the scene.
A preliminary investigation indicates that Mr. Gray's motorcycle was driving southbound on Eastern Avenue when it rear-ended a 2015 Honda Accord at the intersection of County Street. No one else was injured during the incident.

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