Ulysses Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash near Gold Yesterday

ULYSSES TWP. – A Ulysses man died in a dirt-bike accident yesterday afternoon, just south of Gold, PA.

At the time of the crash, reports indicated a motorcyclist was lying in the road and unconscious at the intersection of the Rooks Road and the Brookland Road in Ulysses Township.

Dead is 39-year-old Kerry M. Lewis, of Water Street, Ulysses, PA.

Police say Lewis was operating a dirt-bike without a helmet on an access road near Newfield Junction Road, when he lost control of the off road motorcycle and crashed. Police say Lewis was ejected from the dirt-bike during the crash.

Potter County Deputy Coroner Kenneth Wingo pronounced Lewis dead at the scene. Potter County Coroner Kevin Dusenbury assisted Wingo at the scene.

Tri-Town Ambulance also assisted at the scene.


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3 Comments

  1. mike zukowski says:

    Please make a correction to your story. Was he on a ATV or a dirt bike with out a helmet. It does effect us motorcycles how a report is written.

  2. admin says:

    Mike, he was on a dirt-bike, but the crash is classified as an ATV accident.

  3. admin says:

    Mike, for technical purposes I have changed the language from ‘ATV’ to ‘off road motorcycle’ in the article.

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