THORNTON, NH – A man from Maine was killed in a motorcycle accident on I-93 in Thornton last night that may have been a result of speeding or intoxicated driving, according to the New Hampshire State Police.
The crash happened on southbound I-93 near mile marker 88.8 at about 6:19 p.m., when the driver of a 1993 Honda motorcycle lost control of his vehicle, then ran off the right side of the roadway. There, he crashed into a sign.
The motorcyclist, identified as 54-year-old Ray Voisine, of Chester, Maine, died at the scene.
According to witness testimony, the motorcyclist had been traveling at speeds above the posted speed limit and in an erratic fashion before the crash occurred. Authorities believe that speeding and intoxicated driving may have played a role in the crash, though their investigation continues at this time.
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