Robert Meade Obituary, Death Cause – A motorcycle was killed in a collision that took place over the weekend in Clermont County, according to the information that was provided by the Hamilton County Coroner’s Office. The collision took place in Ohio. Robert Meade, 39, from Amelia was taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center early on Sunday morning, as stated in the report that was provided by the coroner.
On Monday, the medical staff at that facility confirmed that he had passed away. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, an investigation into the events leading up to the crash is still ongoing and no conclusions have been drawn. It was reported that the collision took place at approximately 12:17 in the AM local time near the intersection of Ohio 125 and Crane Schoolhouse Road in Tate Township, according to a news release that was released by the patrol on Tuesday.
An announcement stated that an initial investigation found that a 2009 Toyota Highlander was traveling north on Crane Schoolhouse Road before making a left turn onto Ohio 125 to proceed west. This information was discovered after the vehicle was observed making the turn. On Ohio 125, Meade was cruising along on his motorbike, which was a 2014 Harley Davidson Street Glide Special, heading in the direction of westbound traffic.
The Harley-Davidson was attempting to complete the turn when it was involved in a collision with the back of the SUV. The motorcyclist continued to go off the left side of the road before the vehicle was ultimately brought to a stop. Meade was flown to the University of Cincinnati hospital in severe condition via medical helicopter. Unfortunately, he did not survive his injuries and passed suddenly at the hospital.