ASU Law enforcement Officer Dies In Motorbike Crash

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TEMPE, AZ — An Arizona State College police officer was killed in a motorcycle crash near Mill and Southern Avenues Wednesday afternoon, police explained.

The Tempe Law enforcement Office stated in a news release that officers responded to a crash involving a motorbike and a auto just prior to 4 p.m. Officials mentioned the motorbike was heading north on Mill when the motor vehicle turned remaining in entrance of it. Velocity is thought to be a aspect in the collision.

The ASU Law enforcement Office confirmed Thursday morning that the motorcyclist was Officer Joseph Montgomery. Montgomery died from his accidents sustained in the crash.

In accordance to a tweet from the office, Montgomery was a 13-year veteran on the power. He is survived by his spouse and four small children.

Tempe law enforcement reported an investigation is underway. The driver of the car or truck was not wounded in the crash.

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