Zwolle man killed in motorcycle wreck in Sabine Parish - KSLA News 12 Shreveport, Louisiana News Weather & Sports

Zwolle man killed in motorcycle wreck in Sabine Parish

64-year-old Jimmy Morvan of Zwolle was killed late Wednesday morning in a motorcycle wreck on La Hwy 6 in Sabine Parish. 64-year-old Jimmy Morvan of Zwolle was killed late Wednesday morning in a motorcycle wreck on La Hwy 6 in Sabine Parish.
Sabine County Deputy Coroner Ron Rivers says Morvan's motorcycle struck the rear passenger door on the Dodge Charger after the car turned in front of it. Sabine County Deputy Coroner Ron Rivers says Morvan's motorcycle struck the rear passenger door on the Dodge Charger after the car turned in front of it.
SABINE PARISH, LA (KSLA) -

A Zwolle man was killed late Wednesday morning in a motorcycle wreck in Sabine Parish.

According to Sabine County Deputy Coroner Ron Rivers, 64-year-old Jimmy Morvan was riding his 1994 Harley Davidson motorcycle eastbound on La Hwy 6 when a 2014 Dodge Charger heading west made a left-hand turn in front of him into Toledo Town car wash.

Rivers says the motorcycle struck the rear passenger door on the Dodge Charger. Morvan, who was wearing a helmet, suffered life-threatening injuries in the collision. Rivers says Life Air was dispatched to the scene, but Morvan died of his injuries before the helicopter arrived.

The crash is being investigated by the Louisiana State Police. There is no word yet on the name of the driver of the Charger or whether any charges are expected.

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