via Fatal Reminder.
There was a spike in Virginia motorcycle accidents in 2007 and the rate has declined since then.
But last Sunday, a Midlothian, Virginia man was one of two motorcycle riders killed when their identical 2005 Harley Davidson bikes had a head on collision on June 28, 2009 on U.S. Route 250 in Augusta County, Virginia state police said.
Michael K. Neve, 51, of Midlothian, Virginia died at the scene around 12:30 p.m. The second motorcyclist, Delbert W. Redman, 53, of Troy, died around 1 p.m., state police said.
State police said Mr. Neve was riding a motorcycle east on U.S. Route 250 when he crossed the center line and collided with Mr. Redman’s motorcycle, traveling west, about eight-tenths of a mile west of state Route 629. Both men were wearing helmets.
This is the same stretch of winding rural road where there was another accident last month.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident you need to get the Virginia Accident Injury Book.
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