A motorcyclist died after losing control of the motorcycle and crashing into the wall on Southfield Freeway on Sunday.
The driver was traveling on westbound Interstate 96 near the Southfield Freeway when the driver lost control of the motorcycle on the ramp and hit the wall. The driver was ejected over the side of the bridge before landing in the westbound lanes shortly before 6 a.m. Sunday, according to Michigan State Police.
The driver was pronounced dead at the scene. Speeding was a cause in the accident, according to police. The identity of the driver has not been released.
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The freeway was temporarily closed down but has since reopened. Michigan State Police continue to investigate the crash.