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SE Neb Motorcyclist Killed in KS Crash
09/12/2017

(KNZA)--A motorcycle crash in north-central Kansas Monday morning claimed the life of an Auburn, Nebraska man.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says 43-year-old Curtis Scott was southbound on K-15, about two miles south of Clay Center, when he attempted to pass a semi in a no-passing zone.

The Patrol says Scott laid his Harley Davidson motorcycle down on the highway and was struck by a northbound car.

Scott, who was not wearing a helmet, was pronounced dead at the scene.  

The driver of the car was not hurt.

The Patrol report indicates the crash involved a police pursuit, but no other details were provided.

 

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