Lebanon motorcyclist killed in crash

May 1—A motorcyclist from Lebanon was killed in a crash in Nashville Friday evening.

James White, 21, was killed after colliding with a Jeep Wagoneer at 6:30 p.m. in the 1400 block of Broadway.

The Metro-Nashville Police Department stated that an investigation confirmed White had been driving a BMW motorbike inbound on Broadway at a excessive charge of velocity. When the driving force of a Jeep Wagoneer pulled out of a car parking zone at 1101 Broadway, White collided with the entrance nook of the car.

Police stated that there was no indication that both White or the driving force of the Jeep had been impaired.

White was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, the place he died.

According to statistics compiled by the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, there have been 849 deadly motorbike crashes in the state since 2019. So far this 12 months, there have been 33 deadly crashes involving motorcyclists.

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