WEST BETHLEHEM TOWNSHIP, Pa. - A man was found dead by a family member early Sunday morning in West Bethlehem Township, and the Washington County Coroner’s Office said the man had wrecked his motorcycle.
According to the coroner’s office, Victor J. Brova, 56, of Washington, Pa., was traveling north on Weaver School Road when his Harley-Davidson motorcycle came through a slight left bend and went off the roadway, traveled 90 feet and struck a ditch, and traveled another 51 feet before coming to rest in a grassy area.
Police said the victim was ejected from the vehicle.
An official cause of death is pending an autopsy by the coroner’s office.
State police are investigating this accident.
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