Duluth Motorcyclist Dead After Forsyth Crash: Police

Duluth Motorcyclist Dead After Forsyth Crash: Police

FORSYTH COUNTY, GA — A Duluth motorcyclist is dead after a crash with a Honda Odyssey Saturday at the intersection of Peachtree Parkway and Sharon Road.

Gregory Smith, 64, of Duluth, died at the scene of a collision between a motorcycle and a Honda Odyssey. According to Deputy First Class Andy Ives, traffic investigator, Smith was pronounced deceased at North Fulton Hospital once transported there by ambulance.

The investigation has determined that a 2018 Harley Davidson Electra-Glide, operated by Smith, was traveling north on Peachtree Parkway approaching its intersection with Sharon Road. A 2016 Honda Odyssey which was preparing a left turn from southbound Peachtree Parkway onto Sharon Road, turned in front of the Harley Davidson causing the Harley Davidson to strike the Honda, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

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The 2016 Honda Odyssey was being operated by 39 year-old Vivekanandan Kandasamy, from Cumming, and a juvenile female family member as a passenger. No injuries from the Honda Odyssey.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation by the Traffic Specialist Unit.

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