James Dobbins Death, Obituary – An incident involving three vehicles occurred on State Route 73 close to Carter Drive at approximately 9:42 p.m., according to a spokeswoman for the agency who stated that the Lebanon station of the Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to the incident. The incident took place on State Route 73.
According to the preliminary findings of the investigation, the collision was caused by a motorcycle with a model year of 2007 Kawasaki ZX600 that was travelling west on State Route 73 and colliding with the left rear of a vehicle with a model year of 2008 Chevrolet HHR that was turning west onto State Route 73 from Carter Drive.
The motorcycle was travelling west on State Route 73 at the time of the collision. On State Route 73, the motorcycle was headed in the western direction. As a result of the collision, the motorbike went across the centerline of State Route 73, which resulted in the motorcycle having a head-on collision with an oncoming Jeep Wagoneer model year 2023 that was heading in the opposite direction.
The earlier occurrence had a direct causal relationship to the subsequent collision. James Dobbins, 23, a resident of Springboro, was found to be the rider of the motorcycle that was involved in both of the accidents that took place. Both of the collisions were caused by the same motorcycle.
Dobbins was brought to the hospital after sustaining injuries that posed a significant risk to his life; nevertheless, he finally succumbed to the consequences of his injuries while he was at the hospital and was pronounced dead. Because he was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident, his scalp and head were shielded from the force of the impact.
There was no one else who came forward to report being injured, therefore the investigation is still ongoing. Throughout the entirety of the inquiry into the accident, the Ohio State Highway Patrol was the agency that served as the primary investigator.
They were assisted by the Waynesville Police Department, the Clearcreek Township Police Department, the Waynesville Township Fire and EMS Department, and the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. In addition to this, the Ohio Department of Transportation provided financial assistance to them.