Tyler Ford Motorcycle Accident – Tyler Ford was operating a Suzuki GSX-R600 motorcycle directly behind the BMW 330i. The Suzuki struck the left driver side of the BMW 330i and the right side of the Mitsubishi. Ford was ejected from the vehicle during the collision sequence and sustained fatal injuries, Curry said. An investigation into the fatal accident that took the life of a man from Hamilton who was 29 years old was being conducted by the New Jersey State Police on Saturday night.
On the New Jersey Turnpike, the man was riding his motorcycle when it became involved in a collision with a four-vehicle pileup. Sgt. Philip Curry, a spokeswoman for the State Police, claimed that the accident took place around 10:17 p.m. on the northbound side of the turnpike on the outer carriageway near milepost 78.8. According to the findings of the preliminary investigation, a Mitsubishi Outlander was traveling south in the area of milepost 78.7 when the driver lost control of the vehicle while attempting to avoid debris in the roadway.
This first vehicle was involved in a collision with a single additional vehicle, and as a result, it became partially immobilized in both the left lane and the left shoulder of the road. According to Curry, the Toyota that crashed with the Mitsubishi became partially disabled in the middle lane and the left lane after it met with the Mitsubishi. This occurred after the Toyota had already collided with the Mitsubishi. After then, a BMW X3 collided head-on with the Toyota. After that, a BMW 330i came along and, upon seeing the three disabled vehicles in its route of travel, it also came to a halt in the left lane.
In close proximity to the BMW 330i, where Tyler Ford was driving on a motorcycle, was a Suzuki GSX-R600. Both the left driver side of the BMW 330i and the right side of the Mitsubishi were damaged when the Suzuki collided with them. According to Curry, Ford was ejected from the vehicle during the sequence of the impact and incurred fatal injuries as a result.