Steve Larochelle Death – The Dalton and Hinsdale, Massachusetts communities are mourning the tragic death of a beloved resident, racer, and husband who passed away in a deadly crash. Steve Larochelle owned and operated the famously known LaRochelle Auto Body & Repair located at 970 Middlefield Rd, Hinsdale, MA.
Steve Larochelle – the son of three-time dirt track international champion Paul LaRochelle died after an accident. According to reports, multiple community members have sent condolences to his wife Taylor Jean LaRochelle. Kolby Schroder Racing is also mourning the beloved racer whose passion for Dirt bike sports has taken him across multiple states across the U.S.
Steve Larochelle was alumnus of Taconic High School and Waconah Regional High School. He was originally from Dalton, Massachusetts. One of his remarkable moments was on July 22, 2017, when he scored a DIRTcar Pro Stock Series victory on a Saturday night at Lebanon Valley Speedway. His family has not released any further details concerning the deadly incident that tragically took the beloved man, teammate and racer.
Kolby Schroder Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
ALSO READ: Methuen, MA man killed in bad accident
According to law enforcement officials, an individual from Massachusetts has succumbed to fatal injuries following a collision between the motorbike they were operating and a motor vehicle on Wednesday evening in Methuen. According to Methuen police Chief Scott McNamara, the collision between a motorbike and a Jeep occurred at approximately 8:25 p.m. at the junction of Lowell and Arnold streets.
The motorbike operator, a 28-year-old male resident of Haverhill, was discovered by first responders in a condition characterized by severe injuries. The individual was conveyed to Lawrence General Hospital, where he was officially declared deceased. According to McNamara, the individual operating the Jeep, who is a 59-year-old resident of Methuen, exhibited compliance with remaining present at the location of the accident subsequent to the occurrence of the incident.
The researchers concluded that the motorcycle, specifically a 2009 Yamaha model, was in motion towards the east on Lowell Street at the time of impact. The collision occurred when the motorcycle came into contact with a black 2021 Jeep Wrangler, which was executing a turn from Lowell Street onto Arnold Street. The investigation of the crash is currently being conducted by the Methuen police department, with support from personnel belonging to the Massachusetts State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section.
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