A motorcyclist was killed late Monday night when he was struck head-on by an SUV that crossed a core line, Niagara County Sheriff’s officials said.
He was identified as Bradley Chawgo, 23, of Lockport, sheriff’s officials confirmed.
The pile-up occurred only after 11 p.m. in front of 4637 Saunders Settlement Road in a Town of Cambria.
Deputies dispatched to a stage found a Chevrolet Traverse, a midsize SUV, and a Honda motorcycle in a ditch.
Investigators conspicuous they trust a Chevrolet, driven by Ajjada Amos, 19, of Niagara Falls was westbound when it crossed a core line into a eastward lane, distinguished a motorcycle.
Chawgo was ejected and came to rest in a ditch, officials said. The motorcycle became lodged underneath a SUV that dragged it about 100 feet by a embankment before apropos dislodged when a SUV strike a culvert. The motorcycle afterwards held fire, officials said. A passerby put out a fire.
Chawgo was conspicuous passed during a stage and Amos was taken to Mount St. Mary’s Hospital for analysis though officials conspicuous she was not injured.
The sheriff’s collision review section is stability to examine a crash.