Brennan Iydick, a 20-year-old biker from Ann Arbor, Michigan, has tragically died in a motorcycle accident. The collision occurred on Jackson Road between Maple and Wagner roads. The accident involved a van making a left turn into a hotel parking lot. The van was struck by the motorcycle, resulting in the death of Brennan Iydick. The incident led to the closure of Jackson Road for investigation. The police are still investigating the cause of the accident. funeral obits memorial reported
Brennan Iydick, a 20-year-old resident of Ann Arbor, Michigan, tragically lost his life in a devastating motorcycle accident. The incident occurred on Monday and caused the closure of a road in Ann Arbor. The local authorities have identified Brennan as the unfortunate victim of this fatal crash.
On July 31, around 3 p.m., Brennan Lydick was involved in a collision on Jackson Road between Maple and Wagner roads. The collision involved a motorcycle and another vehicle. Tragically, Brennan did not survive the accident.
The accident occurred on Jackson Road, specifically in the area between Maple Road and Wagner Road. This location is in close proximity to an exit ramp for Interstate 94 and marks the boundary between the city of Scio and Scio Township.
According to the Ann Arbor Police Department, Brennan was riding his motorcycle in the westbound lane of Jackson Road when the collision took place. The accident occurred when a van, attempting to make a left turn into the parking lot of the Wyndham Garden Hotel, collided with Brennan’s motorcycle.
The driver of the van reportedly sustained minor injuries, while Brennan was pronounced dead at the hospital immediately after the accident. He was swiftly taken to the hospital for treatment, but unfortunately, his injuries were fatal. The authorities are currently investigating whether drugs or alcohol played a role in the accident.
As a result of this tragic incident, Jackson Road was closed between Maple and Wagner roads from 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Monday. The cause of the accident is still under investigation at this time..