Police identify London man killed in motorcycle crash in Norfolk County

Police identify London man killed in motorcycle crash in Norfolk County
Man identified after being killed in motorcycle crash
A motorcyclist was travelling southwest on Spooky Hollow Road with other riders when the driver left the roadway and collided with a metal gate and tree, police said.

Spooky Hollow Road was closed between Front Road and Front Road of Normandale for about six hours while police looked further into the crash.

Norfolk OPP say a white-and blue-motorcycle was travelling southwest along the rural road with other motorcycles when it left the roadway. The motorcycle drove onto the west side of the road before crashing into a metal gate and tree.

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Police publicly ID London man killed in motorcycle crash

A 38 year old London man has been identified by Ontario Provincial Police after he was killed motorcycling outside Turkey Point on Saturday.

Police have identified the 38-year-old London man killed in a motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon southwest of Simcoe.

They say Phillip Howard was riding on Spooky Hollow Road when he left the roadway and collided with a metal gate and then a tree.

Police have identified the 38-year-old London man killed in a motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon southwest of Simcoe.

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Police are still investigating the crash but say speed and alcohol are not considered to be contributing factors.