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Fatal Motorcycle Accident Near Pennsylvania Shopping Center

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Earlier this month, a motorcycle rider was killed in a car accident in front of a shopping center on Route 202 in Solebury, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Solebury is located near Doylestown and New Hope, suburbs of Philadelphia.

According to an online news report, the 67 year old motorcycle rider came into contact with an SUV that was turning into Logan Square Shopping Center. The accident occurred at approximately 10:30 a.m. The rider was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. It is unclear how the accident occurred.

Solebury police are investigating this tragic motorcycle accident. Eyewitnesses or anyone with information about the accident is urged to contact police at 215-348-7400 or 215-297-8201, ext. 117. *Source:, “Motorcyclist killed on Route 202 in Solebury”

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