Motorcycle, two passenger vehicles involved in fatal crash

NILES — A motorcyclist has died after a crash reportedly took place around 10 a.m. in Niles.

Investigators were still on the scene at 1 p.m. of a fatal accident between a motorcycle and two passenger vehicles on Redfield Road near Carter Avenue.

At the time of the accident, the motorcycle was westbound on Redfield Road, near Carter Avenue.

“The motorcycle driver sustained serious injuries, and was transported by ambulance to the hospital in South Bend,” said Michigan State Police Lieutenant Jeremy Carlisle.

The motorcyclist has been identified, but their name is being withheld until family notifications are made.

The drivers of the two passenger vehicles involved with the crash appeared to be uninjured at this time, according Michigan State Police Lieutenant Jeremy Carlisle.

The motorcyclist was pronounced deceased at the hospital.

Michigan State Police responded to the call.


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