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Motorcyclist killed in collision with sedan

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OGDEN — A 40-year-old man riding a motorcycle died Saturday after colliding with a car.

The collision occurred about 7 p.m. at the intersection of 36th Street and Wall Ave. A woman driving a Nissan Altima was making a left turn into the intersection when the eastbound motorcycle collided with her vehicle, according to Ogden Police Lt. Nathan Cline.

The man died at the scene, and the woman was treated by medical personnel and released in good condition.

The man's name was not released Saturday pending notification of family members.

Cause of the crash remained unknown Saturday. It was unclear whether the man was wearing a helmet, the lieutenant said.

"The investigation is still ongoing. We've got quite a bit to do," Cline said. "There have been no citations issued."

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