A motorcycle man who was tracked by white died in an accident Saitama Ageo August 16 15:20

On the evening of the 15th, a 57-year-old man who died in a small motorcycle collided with a passenger car in Ageo City, Saitama Prefecture. The small motorcycle is being tracked by police officers for violating the suspension just before the accident, and the police are examining the detailed situation.

Around 6 pm on the 15th, a small motorcycle could not turn the curve on the city road in Ageo City, Saitama Prefecture, and collided with a passenger car coming from the front.

In this accident, a 57-year-old man in the city who was driving a small motorcycle was struck by his whole body and carried to the hospital, but died about three hours later. There was no injury to the driver of the passenger car.

According to the police, a police officer patrolling on a motorcycle found that a small motorcycle had violated the suspension just before the accident and asked him to stop, but he ran away and kept track.

However, the police decided that they could not catch up with about 200 meters and stopped tracking, and then the police were investigating the detailed situation at that time because an accident occurred about 200 meters away.

Mr. Fujio Morita, Deputy Chief of the Ageo Police Department, said, “We will investigate the detailed situation of the accident and investigate whether the police officers were properly tracked.”