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BEAR, Del. (AP) — State police are investigating a motorcycle accident that left a Delaware man dead.


Authorities say 49-year-old Thomas J. Miller died after the accident shortly before 6 p.m. Saturday.


Investigators say Miller was operating a 2001 Harley Davidson Electra Glide motorcycle on Howell School Road at Robert C. Peoples Boulevard when he failed to negotiate a new roundabout circle that opened to traffic a few months ago.


Authorities say the motorcycle struck a raised concrete curb and fell on its side, ejecting Miller.


Miller was not wearing a helmet. He was pronounced dead at a hospital about two and a half hours later.

 

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