Man arrested over Barnsley crash in which motorcyclist died
A man has been arrested over a crash in Barnsley in which a motorcyclist died.
South Yorkshire Police said a man, aged 60, died when a green Kawasaki ZX 600 he was riding along Kingwell Road, Worsbrough, lost control and slid across the carriageway, before colliding with a red Citreon C2. COURT: 12 years behind bars for Sheffield thug who almost severed man’s arm in ‘vicious’ machete attackEmergency services attended, but the motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene.POLICE: Motorcyclist named after fatal collision in SheffieldA 48-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and has since been released under investigation. CRIME: Killers locked up for total of 168 years over fatal stabbings in South YorkshireSouth Yorkshire Police said: “Enquiries are continuing to ascertain the exact circumstances of what happened prior to the collision and officers are appealing for witnesses to the collision.”Anyone with information should call South Yorkshire Police on 101 and quote incident number 560 of June 12.