Man killed in motorcycle crash

Accident happened just before 7 p.m.
TNS Regional News
Jun 2, 2014


A Findlay motorcycle rider was killed Sunday evening when he failed to negotiate a curve on Marion Township Road 208 and struck a drainage tile, sending the 2006 Suzuki Boulevard C50 airborne, the Hancock County Sheriff's Office said.

The driver, Chase McGuire, 26, landed on the edge of the roadway. He was taken to Blanchard Valley Health System, where he was pronounced dead.

Deputies said the crash was reported at 6:59 p.m.


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Really reflector..because there were no deaths on bikes at bike week you are going all the way to Findlay for one. stop already..sorry for family but I bet there were others closer that wrecked




Some people will b*&ch about anything.


This is for CAST THE FIRST STONE ^^^^
First of all Bike Week is not over yet! The main point of Bike Week is in Sandusky but bikes will be all over traveling to and from the bike week events. Some bikers maybe out and not getting involved in bike week. It is Ohio Bike Week bikes are every where! They will be riding to Toledo, Monroeville, Mansfield and other places this year, so just because it didn't happen near bike week doesn't mean it couldn't be in the paper. I swear people can be so dumb! My prayers go out to all the bikers of bike week and other bikers, always to be safe! :)

Mother hen

Praying for the family, and all his brothers at the Fire Dept in Findlay Ohio.


If news is slow, what do you expect the paper to do, send out blank pages to subscribers? Yet you will watch the World News on TV but the Reflector can't print neighboring news without certain people being offended? Gesh, get a life and don't read it if its so burdensome.


If the law permits you to go 70mph on a two wheeled obnoxiously loud death scooter, why is it against the law to not wear a seatbelt in a four wheeled metal rolling cage?


Isn't riding a motorcycle a lot like removing your seatbelt, chopping off the top of your car and going fast enough around a corner to elevate two wheels?


Good point !