Perry County, AR — November 24, 2017, Ernest Bush was fatally injured due to an accident in which his motorcycle and a car collided.
Officials from the Arkansas State Police indicated in their report that the crash happened at around 12:30 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 60 and Bethel Ame Road.
A preliminary report states that 57-year-old Bush was driving a Kawasaki motorcycle along westbound Highway 60. Police claim that the motorcycle crashed into the back of a westbound Ford Escape which was attempting a left turn.
Bush was ejected onto the roadway and sustained fatal injuries, to which he eventually succumbed. No other injuries were reported.
Police did not report any particular factors involved in the crash. No further information is currently available.
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