State police: New Jersey man killed in interstate highway crash in PennsylvaniaPosted: Updated:
State police say a man from New Jersey driving a motorcycle was killed when he crashed into a car as he and the other driver both tried to exit an interstate highway in Pennsylvania.
The crash occurred Wednesday afternoon on Interstate 95 in Bristol.
According to Pennsylvania state police, Randy Reyes-Jaquez, 25, was driving at a high rate of speed when he and the driver of a car both attempted to exit.
Reyes-Jaquez crossed in front of the car and the car's driver tried unsuccessfully to avoid a collision.
He was thrown from the motorcycle.
Reyes-Jaquez was later pronounced dead at a hospital.
AP wire services helped contribute to this report.
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