A person has sadly died after his motorbike collided with a automotive in Thurrock final night time.
The person, who was using a bike on the A128 Brentwood Street, sadly died on the scene of the crash final night time (December 28).
The motorcyclist and automotive collided close to Ye Previous Plough Home, Bulphan at round 6pm yesterday night.
Sadly, the motorcyclist died on the scene of the crash. The driving force of the automotive was unhurt.
The crash noticed the A128 Brentwood Street closed in each instructions following final night time’s incident. The street reopened within the early hours of this morning, (December 29).
A press release issued by Essex police stated: “A person has died following a collision involving a bike and a automotive on the A128 Bulphan street.
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“The collision occurred close to to Ye Previous Plough Home at round 6pm yesterday Monday, December 28.
“Sadly a person using the bike a white honda CRF 1100 died on the scene.
“The driving force of the automotive, a white Mercedes A-Class was not injured.
“The street was closed whereas police investigated and was reopened at round 12:30am this morning.
“We would wish to thank drivers for his or her persistence and understanding
“In the event you noticed something or have any dashcam of the collision or moments main as much as it we have to communicate to you.
“Please name us on 101 quoting incident 862 of 28 December or CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”