Hammond man killed in motorcycle crash near Tickfaw
TICKFAW – State Police say a Hammond man died Sunday after his motorcycle ran off the roadway of LA 1064 near Tickfaw.
According to Louisiana State Police, 52-year-old Michael S. McDonald was driving westbound on LA 1064 when his motorcycle exited the roadway and crashed into a culvert.
Police say McDonald was ejected from his motorcycle and suffered severe injuries. The Tangipahoa Parish Coroner’s Office pronounced him dead at the scene.
Investigators say McDonald was wearing an approved helmet. Troopers obtained blood samples for analysis and the crash investigation is on-going.
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