Authorities have identified a Washington state man as the person who died in a late night motorcycle crash Friday north of Hot Springs, South Dakota.
Michael Rowland, 37, of Pasco, Washington, was riding a 2016 Harley Davidson FLHXS at about 10:40 p.m. southbound on U.S. Highway 385 when a 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix headed northbound collided with him, according to a press release from the South Dakota Department of Public Safety.
Rowland was thrown from his motorcycle and died at the scene, the release states. He was not wearing a helmet.
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Andrew Johnson, 29, of Hot Springs, was driving the Grand Prix. He received serious, non-life threatening injuries. He was taken by an ambulance to a Rapid City hospital.
Three juvenile passengers in the Grand Price each received minor injuries. All four people in the Grand Prix were wearing a seat belt.
The South Dakota Highway Patrol is continuing to investigate.