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A Lindener died early Wednesday morning when the motorcycle he was riding crashed into a concrete rail at Washer Pond Road, Mackenzie.
Police in a statement said the motor Cycle # CL 4030 is owned by Staceyia Whyte and was driven by 50-year-old Shawn Deputron now deceased of Lot 63 One Mile Wismar, Linden.
According to police reports the driver of motorcycle #CL 4030 was proceeding south along the eastern side of Washer Pond Public Road Mackenzie, Linden around 05:30hrs.
At the time police said he was not wearing a safety helmet. As he was about to negotiate a slight bend, he lost control of the said motorcycle and collided with a rail on the eastern side of the road, causing him to fall to the road surface where he sustained injuries about his body.
He was picked up in an unconscious state by public-spirited persons and taken to the Mackenzie Hospital Complex, where he died whilst receiving treatment.
The matter was reported to police at about 05:50hrs Wednesday morning and the scene was visited by a party of police ranks.
Statements and measurements were taken, and the cycle was lodged to be examined by the Licence and Certifying officer. Investigations are ongoing.