Utah motorcyclist killed after failing to navigate curve on state route
WAYNE COUNTY, Utah —— A man was killed in central southern Utah Saturday when the motorcycle he was driving failed to make it through a curve, throwing him from his vehicle.
Utah Department of Public Safety said at 2:33 p.m. on July 2, the 54-year-old man was near milepost 111 on state Route 12 as he failed to stay on the road during a turn and instead went off an embankment. The man —— who has not been identified —— struck a large pile of boulders.
The injured man was taken by, air to a hospital in stable condition but died Saturday evening from his injuries. That portion of State Route 12 is north of Boulder, Utah, west of Capitol Reef National Park.
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