Motorcyclist dies in M27 crash

Fatal crash on Hampshire motorway

Fatal crash on Hampshire motorway

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A 20-year-old man from Gosport has died following a collision on a Hampshire motorway.

The rider of the white Kawasaki motorbike died at the scene, on the slip road joining the junction 11 of the M27 near Fareham. His next of kin have been informed.

The slip road is currently closed following the incident at about 7.40pm on Sunday.

Anyone who witnessed the collision, or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident, is asked to contact Sergeant Nigel Burt or PC Jim Chapman from the Roads Policing Unit, quoting Operation Minden.

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7:07pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Cyrus Muro says...

" or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident"
Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way.

A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.
" or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident" Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way. A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends. Cyrus Muro
  • Score: -7

8:31pm Mon 1 Sep 14

JohnDoho says...

Cyrus Muro wrote:
" or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident"
Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way.

A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.
R.I.P.

The Police have to ask, even if all they get is 'riding responsibly' and nothing else, though those with an anti axe to grind may try to use the opportunity, most RPU officers will question reports to ensure it is the truth.
[quote][p][bold]Cyrus Muro[/bold] wrote: " or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident" Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way. A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.[/p][/quote]R.I.P. The Police have to ask, even if all they get is 'riding responsibly' and nothing else, though those with an anti axe to grind may try to use the opportunity, most RPU officers will question reports to ensure it is the truth. JohnDoho
  • Score: 8

10:04pm Mon 1 Sep 14

chansmum says...

JohnDoho wrote:
Cyrus Muro wrote:
" or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident"
Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way.

A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.
R.I.P.

The Police have to ask, even if all they get is 'riding responsibly' and nothing else, though those with an anti axe to grind may try to use the opportunity, most RPU officers will question reports to ensure it is the truth.
Police are always quick to scorn bike drivers you get some reckless ones same as some reckless car drivers,I lost my 11 year old and her daddy coz someone pulled out on them and it still hurts so much,your never forget that knock on the door it doesn't get easier you learn how
[quote][p][bold]JohnDoho[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cyrus Muro[/bold] wrote: " or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident" Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way. A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.[/p][/quote]R.I.P. The Police have to ask, even if all they get is 'riding responsibly' and nothing else, though those with an anti axe to grind may try to use the opportunity, most RPU officers will question reports to ensure it is the truth.[/p][/quote]Police are always quick to scorn bike drivers you get some reckless ones same as some reckless car drivers,I lost my 11 year old and her daddy coz someone pulled out on them and it still hurts so much,your never forget that knock on the door it doesn't get easier you learn how chansmum
  • Score: 3

10:08pm Mon 1 Sep 14

chansmum says...

JohnDoho wrote:
Cyrus Muro wrote:
" or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident"
Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way.

A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.
R.I.P.

The Police have to ask, even if all they get is 'riding responsibly' and nothing else, though those with an anti axe to grind may try to use the opportunity, most RPU officers will question reports to ensure it is the truth.
Police are always quick to scorn bike drivers you get some reckless ones same as some reckless car drivers,I lost my 11 year old and her daddy coz someone pulled out on them and it still hurts so much,your never forget that knock on the door it doesn't get easier you learn how to st
[quote][p][bold]JohnDoho[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cyrus Muro[/bold] wrote: " or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident" Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way. A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.[/p][/quote]R.I.P. The Police have to ask, even if all they get is 'riding responsibly' and nothing else, though those with an anti axe to grind may try to use the opportunity, most RPU officers will question reports to ensure it is the truth.[/p][/quote]Police are always quick to scorn bike drivers you get some reckless ones same as some reckless car drivers,I lost my 11 year old and her daddy coz someone pulled out on them and it still hurts so much,your never forget that knock on the door it doesn't get easier you learn how to st chansmum
  • Score: 0

10:08pm Mon 1 Sep 14

chansmum says...

JohnDoho wrote:
Cyrus Muro wrote:
" or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident"
Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way.

A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.
R.I.P.

The Police have to ask, even if all they get is 'riding responsibly' and nothing else, though those with an anti axe to grind may try to use the opportunity, most RPU officers will question reports to ensure it is the truth.
Police are always quick to scorn bike drivers you get some reckless ones same as some reckless car drivers,I lost my 11 year old and her daddy coz someone pulled out on them and it still hurts so much,your never forget that knock on the door it doesn't get easier you learn how to st
[quote][p][bold]JohnDoho[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cyrus Muro[/bold] wrote: " or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident" Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way. A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.[/p][/quote]R.I.P. The Police have to ask, even if all they get is 'riding responsibly' and nothing else, though those with an anti axe to grind may try to use the opportunity, most RPU officers will question reports to ensure it is the truth.[/p][/quote]Police are always quick to scorn bike drivers you get some reckless ones same as some reckless car drivers,I lost my 11 year old and her daddy coz someone pulled out on them and it still hurts so much,your never forget that knock on the door it doesn't get easier you learn how to st chansmum
  • Score: -1

10:10pm Mon 1 Sep 14

chansmum says...

JohnDoho wrote:
Cyrus Muro wrote:
" or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident"
Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way.

A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.
R.I.P.

The Police have to ask, even if all they get is 'riding responsibly' and nothing else, though those with an anti axe to grind may try to use the opportunity, most RPU officers will question reports to ensure it is the truth.
Police are always quick to scorn bike drivers you get some reckless ones same as some reckless car drivers,I lost my 11 year old and her daddy coz someone pulled out on them and it still hurts so much,your never forget that knock on the door it doesn't get easier you learn how to st
[quote][p][bold]JohnDoho[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cyrus Muro[/bold] wrote: " or witnessed the bike being ridden prior to the incident" Police already looking to blame the rider for the accident I see or it could be the echo writing it up in its usual anti biker way. A very sad news, condolences to the riders family and friends.[/p][/quote]R.I.P. The Police have to ask, even if all they get is 'riding responsibly' and nothing else, though those with an anti axe to grind may try to use the opportunity, most RPU officers will question reports to ensure it is the truth.[/p][/quote]Police are always quick to scorn bike drivers you get some reckless ones same as some reckless car drivers,I lost my 11 year old and her daddy coz someone pulled out on them and it still hurts so much,your never forget that knock on the door it doesn't get easier you learn how to st chansmum
  • Score: -2
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