Man dies in motorcycle crash on Highway 40 |

Man dies in motorcycle crash on Highway 40

GRANBY — A man traveling on a motorcycle along U.S. Highway 40 on Tuesday afternoon died after he crashed just south of downtown Granby.

The motorcycle was traveling down Highway 40 when it crashed at around 2:39 p.m. Tuesday afternoon almost directly in front of Middle Park Medical Center, according to law enforcement officials. The crash occurred in the eastbound lane of the highway between 10 Mile Drive and 10 Mile Creek.

Authorities said the man who died was the only occupant of the motorcycle at the time of the wreck. Officials said no other vehicles appeared to have been involved. The name and age of the deceased was not immediately available.

Granby Police Chief Jim Kraker told Sky-Hi News there is an ongoing investigation related to the crash and that further details regarding the identity of the male rider would be released pending notification of next of kin.

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