Father Of Five Dies In Fiery Motorcycle Accident On I-295 In Jacksonville A fiery motorcycle crash is being investigated by the officials.

A motorcycle crash is being investigated by the officials on I-295.  It involved the motorcycle, a truck and a tractor-trailer.

Authorities are investigating a fiery motorcycle crash that occurred on I-295 in Jacksonville. According to police reports it appears that the motorcyclist rear-ended a truck. The resulting impact threw the man off the motorcycle and a large tractor-trailer truck was involved. 

The drivers of the trucks were not injured in this accident.

At this time it has not been reported what caused the accident but this story will be updated as new information is released from authorities.

Meanwhile lanes were shut down for some hours to allow officials carry out proper on-scene investigation. All lanes have since reopened.

Details of the parties involved in the fiery motorcycle crash are yet to be released by the authorities.


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