Dade County motorcycle wreck kills rider
Chattanooga, TN (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Wdef news reported Sunday, the details of a fatal motorcycle accident that occurred in Dade County Georgia near the Georgia-Tennessee state line. Georgia State Patrol officers confirmed the chopper wreck occurred on New Home Road in Dade County at about 2 p.m. The fatally injured driver of the motorcycle was 32 year-old, Michael Wayne Mooneyhan, of Trenton, Georgia. According to recent reports, Mooneyhan was headed east on New Home Road when he got stuck behind a slow moving vehicle.
Mooneyhan decided to pass the slow moving vehicle, as he passed the car, it turned left onto a side road directly in front of the passing bike. Mooneyhans motorcycle clipped the front bumper and went down an embankment. The rider was thrown clear and critically hurt when the motorcycle crashed into a tree. Mooneyhan was rushed to Erlangers Trauma Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee by LifeForce, an emergency medical helicopter transport for treatment of his critical injuries. Mooneyhan later died at Erlanger’s Trauma Center from the serious injuries he suffered in the motorcycle wreck.
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