Motorcyclist killed in Bellevue crash identified as 30-year-old man

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Metro Police have identified a motorcyclist killed in a crash in Bellevue Wednesday morning.

Brandon Shelby, 30, of Fairview died after the crash along Highway 100 near the Loveless Cafe.

Police say Shelby was riding his motorcycle westbound when he hit a curve at about 3:15 a.m. and, for unknown reasons, left the roadway, went through a ditch and struck a culvert.

Shelby succumbed to this injuries after being transported to the hospital.

Police say there was no evidence of drug or alcohol involvement at the scene.


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) -- A single-vehicle accident involving a motorcycle took place the morning of Sept. 19.

Police tell FOX 17 News that the operator of the motorcycle was transported to Vanderbilt Hospital.

FOX 17 News is on the scene and learned that this accident was a fatality. Police confirmed that the victim was pronounced dead at Vanderbilt.

Highway 100 is closed at Collins Road for several blocks. Officers are still on scene.


All lanes are now clear on Highway 100.

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