John Leidolf Death – On Tuesday, a sports motorbike accident that occurred close to the University of Texas at El Paso resulted in the death of a man in his sixties. The accident caused the westbound lanes of Interstate 10 to be closed for approximately five hours.
The man was driving a black 2022 Suzuki GSX and swerving through traffic at a “excessive speed” when he collided with the back of a blue 2022 Nissan Kicks that had just entered traffic after having a tire changed on the side of the road, according to the officials who worked for the police department on Wednesday.
According to a press release issued by the El Paso Police Department, the biker was pronounced dead at the site of the accident at approximately 2:22 pm on I-10 West near Schuster Avenue. Loved ones took to social media to identify him as John Leidolf. According to the police, Martina Medina, 63, of El Paso, who was driving the Nissan, was transported to a hospital with injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening.
All traffic was exiting the interstate at Porfirio Diaz Street, which is located just west of Downtown, because the westbound lanes of Interstate 10 had been closed. The freeway’s lanes heading in the eastward direction remained accessible. The shutdown of the road resulted in significant traffic delays and congestion during the evening commute as cars sought alternative routes prior to the highway’s reopening at approximately 7:30 p.m., when the investigation site was cleared.
Highway cameras operated by the Texas Department of Transportation had captured images of traffic that was backed up from Downtown to the region of Piedras Street. According to the figures provided by the El Paso Police Department, there have been 49 deaths caused by traffic-related incidents on the city’s streets and highways so far this year, compared to 46 at this time last year.
John Leidolf Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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