Motorcyclist Dies From Injuries In Thursday's Traffic Accident

Monday, September 16, 2019
A motorcyclist, Daniel Henson, 35, succumbed to the injuries he received in a wreck Thursday morning on Shallowford Road.
 
At approximately 7:54 a.m., Chattanooga Police were notified of a traffic crash involving a motorcycle and a vehicle at 4600 Shallowford Road. The CPD Traffic Unit responded to the scene.
 
A Honda CBR 600 motorcycle was traveling eastbound on Shallowford Road in the left lane when it struck the rear of the vehicle, a Toyota Highlander driven by a teenager, ahead of it.
 
During the collision the motorcyclist was thrown from his vehicle.
He was transported to a local hospital by Hamilton County EMS.

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