JERSEY CITY, NJ – A motorcycle accident killed one person after the driver was thrown from the bike and off a Jersey City bridge on Sunday afternoon.
According to Daily Voice, the accident happened on 14th Street as it approaches the Holland Tunnel just before 4:30 p.m. Due to unknown circumstances, the biker was thrown off his vehicle and over the bridge. He landed about 25 feet below near Monmouth Street.
The victim died at the scene. Authorities have not yet released his identity to the public.
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