Javan Quesada, Bridgeport, CT, died in a motorcycle accident

He was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. Learn more about Javan Quesada Obituary and funeral plans..

UPDATE: On Tuesday evening in Bridgeport, there was a fatal collision involving a motorcyclist that occurred at the 300 block of Pearl Harbour Street. The rider, a man in his 30s, was headed south when the driver of a Jeep Liberty that was approaching from the opposite direction tried to turn left into a driveway.

He had incurred significant wounds and was sent to the hospital for treatment. At one in the morning on Wednesday, he was pronounced dead. Officer T can be reached by anyone with any additional information.

Javan Quesada Death – It has been reported that Javan Quesada, who resided in Bridgeport, Connecticut, passed away as a result of injuries sustained in a motorbike accident. Even though he was brought to the hospital, he eventually passed away from his wounds.

Quesada went to Harding High School and studied at GateWay Community College.

Javan Quesada Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…

RELATED ARTICLE: Motorcyclist died in accident on Route 25

On Sunday night, a motorcyclist tragically lost his life after being ejected from his motorcycle while travelling northbound on Route 25 close to the Lindley Street exit.

The collision took place not long after 6 o’clock in the evening. Gilberto Rivera, 43, of Waterbury, was reportedly travelling on the highway at a high rate of speed when he drifted to the left and collided with the metal guardrail that was located in the median. This is according to the State Police. It was alleged that the impact caused Rivera to be flung from his bike. He then reportedly travelled across the grass median for several hundred feet, went under a chain fence, and landed on Lindley Street, underneath the freeway.

Following Rivera’s ejection from the motorcycle, the vehicle continued on Route 25 without a passenger for a distance of several hundred feet until coming to a stop on the right shoulder. Rivera was not protecting his head with a helmet. It was determined that he had passed away at the site.

Both the State Police and the Bridgeport Police Department were present at the scene of the collision on Sunday evening to investigate, and the Bridgeport Police Department was also directing traffic in the area. The portion of Lindley Street where the motorcyclist landed was closed off on both sides as law enforcement officials waited for the medical examiner to arrive and remove the body, which was covered with a sheet. The stretch of Lindley Street where the motorcyclist landed was marked with crime scene tape.

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