Two Motorcyclists Killed In Separate Fatal Crashes In NSW
A male motorcyclist has been killed after a crash with another motorcycle in northeast NSW sent him flying into a tree.
The fatal accident occurred near Tamworth at around midday on Sunday when three motorcycles were travelling together. NSW police said in a statement that two of the bikes collided before one left the roadway and hit a tree.
The 59-year-old male rider died at the scene while a second male rider suffered fractures and was flown to Tamworth Hospital. The two people on the third motorbike were uninjured.
At a similar time on Sunday in Sydney’s south, another motorcyclist was involved in a fatal crash with two cars and three motorcycles in the Royal National Park.
A male rider died at the scene and two others were rushed to St George Hospital with one in a critical condition and the other in a serious condition.
Police said in a statement that the male and female drivers of the cars were uninjured and taken to Sutherland Hospital for mandatory testing.
This fatal accident occurred at about midday on the main road travelling through the national park which is a popular spot for motorcycle riders.