John Aiken Obituary, 28-Year-Old Motorcyclist killed In Red Lion-Area Crash

John Aiken Obituary, Death- This article has been updated to provide more specific facts regarding the movement of the automobiles and motorbike through the intersection at the precise moment of the collision. According to the Delaware State Police, a motorcyclist who was 28 years old died on Tuesday after the vehicle he was riding collided with his motorbike in Bear.

John Aiken, who lives in Bear, was recognized by the police as the biker. According to the police, Aiken was driving a Harley-Davidson Sportster in the northern direction of Red Lion Road at 7:06 p.m. while approaching Hunters Run Way. According to the police, at that time he was following a car that was attempting to turn right at the intersection but was partially positioned in both the through-lane and the turning lane. He was in the vehicle that was behind him. At the time, a guy from Elkton, Maryland, aged 31 and driving a 2015 Hyundai Sonata was heading in the direction of the south.

According to the authorities, the driver of that car was getting ready to make a left turn onto Hunters Run Way, which would have required him to cross traffic. According to the police, Aiken was involved in a collision with a Hyundai as a number of vehicles were navigating the crossroads. According to the findings of the investigation, the collision happened when Aiken went over the double yellow line in an effort to get around the car in front of him that was turning right. This attempt led to the collision.

According to the police, Aiken noticed the Hyundai turn and applied the brakes; nevertheless, he was unable to come to a complete stop in time and collided with the car. According to the authorities, Aiken was declared deceased at the site of the incident. According to the police, the driver of the Hyundai that was involved in the collision did not sustain any injuries. The accident that occurred on Tuesday, which caused the road to be closed for about four hours, is still being investigated by the police. Anyone who saw the crash can get in touch with the police by dialing (302) 365-8483 and providing their information.