Motorcyclist Was Killed in a Collision in the Middle of Tucson

Earlier this month, a motorcycle rider was killed when his vehicle was involved in a collision with a car in the middle of Tucson.

On May 8, Tucson police stated that 30-year-old Josef Carlisle Nicholai Carisbarone was riding a motorbike northbound on North Alvernon Way and was approaching East Grant Road on a green signal. During the time that Carisbarone was entering the junction, a Ford Focus was turning left from southbound Alvernon Way into eastbound Grant Road in front of the motorbike. This caused the motorcycle to collide with the car while it was on its side and cause it to roll over.

Motorcyclist Was Killed in a Collision in the Middle of Tucson

The motorist allegedly stayed at the site and was cooperative with the inquiry, according to the police. It was established that the driver was not affected by alcohol or drugs.

Carisbarone passed away on May 14 as a result of injuries she received in the collision, according to the police.

According to the statements made by the police, the primary contributor to the accident was the driver’s refusal to yield when making a left turn.

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