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Medical examiner identifies man killed in Monday motorcycle crash

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 09:23 a.m. HST, Oct 19, 2012

The Medical Examiner’s office has identified the 21-year-old man, who was killed Monday when he lost control and was ejected from his motorcycle at a Salt Lake military housing complex, as Remington Price.

Price had just visited relatives and was leaving the Halsey Terrace Community Center parking lot at 11 p.m.

Police said he may have been speeding.

An autopsy showed that Price bled to death from a ruptured aorta.

Price was taken to the hospital in critical condition where he was pronounced dead. 

He was wearing a helmet.

The accident is the 49th fatality on Oahu this year compared to 46 at the same time last year.

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Anonymous wrote:
A real tragedy. I see a lot of motorcycles, and car drivers, doing some dangerous maneuvers on the road or speeding just to get somewhere sooner. Often it only saves a few seconds at the risk of life or limb. Not saying all motorcycle riders do it but it just takes one to end to end the life of a rider or the life of another motorist. We really do need unmarked cars driven by police officers on our freeways to monitor the traffic. That would make a speeder think twice before driving recklessly.
on October 19,2012 | 09:52AM
false wrote:
false3. Agree. Saw a motorcyclist on Kalanianaole highway doing wheelies approaching the Kahala exit a few days ago. Some deserve what they get.
on October 19,2012 | 07:03PM
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