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Hwy. 144 crash kills northern Ontario motorcycle driver

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A 33-year-old from Espanola was killed Sunday following a collision between a motorcycle and a passenger vehicle on Highway 144.

Ontario Provincial Police responded at 5 p.m., along with firefighters and paramedics, to the crash scene at the corner of the highway and Lavallee Road in Greater Sudbury.

The victim was taken to hospital by ambulance with serious life-threatening injuries and was pronounced deceased at the hospital.

The highway was closed for under three hours in both directions while emergency responders dealt with the collision scene.

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