Motorcyclist Killed in Brooklyn Center After Colliding With Left Turning Minivan

32 year old Chee Vang of Brooklyn Center, MN was driving his motorcycle West on 70th Ave. N. the morning of Sunday, October 31st, when a minivan pulled out in front of him to make a left turn off of Brooklyn Boulevard. This resulted in Mr. Vang colliding with the minivan and the injuries he sustained in the collision unfortunately led to his death.

Crowded Intersection at North 70th Avenue Requires Driver vigilance

The intersection of Brooklyn Boulevard and N. 70th Ave, which is located near a high concentration of automobile dealerships, requires drivers pay particular attention when making a left turn onto North 70th Avenue as there are three lanes of traffic to cross as well as traffic in both directions both going straight and turning.

Off-Duty North Memorial Paramedic Rendered Aid

An off duty North Memorial ambulance paramedic rendered aid to Mr. Vang at the scene and was performing CPR when first responders arrived. Mr. Vang was taken to North Memorial Health Hospital, where he died shortly after noon. Authorities have not said whether Ariel Larson, the driver of the minivan was injured.

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