Details released on Glenugie crash
POLICE are to prepare a report for the Coroner following the death of a motorcyclist at Glenugie near Grafton yesterday afternoon.
In a release issued this morning, police said that about 3:30pm yesterday a 59-year-old Queensland man was riding south on his Harley Davidson in a convoy with other motorcyclists on the Pacific Highway at Glenugie, about 10km south of Grafton.
The man hit a depression in the road and lost control of his motorcycle, which then fell onto its side and slid across the road.
During the incident a 50-year-old man, who was also riding in the convoy, collided with the motorcycle and fell onto the road.
NSW Ambulance Paramedics attended the scene and rendered aid to both men, however, the 59-year-old died at the scene.
The injured man was taken to Coffs Harbour Hospital where he remains in a serious but stable condition with chest and internal injuries.
Officers from the Ballina Crash Investigation Unit attended the scene and conducted examinations of the crash site.
Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the crash are continuing