WALDORF, Md. — We are receiving reports this evening of a fatal vehicle accident that took place involving a motorcycle.

At approximately 8:00 p.m. on October 11, first responders were dispatched to Renner Road, in the area of Leonardtown Road, for a reported crash involving a motorcycle and a minivan.

A caller advised that the minivan was allegedly struck from behind by a motorcycle. After the crash took place, the caller advised that the individual who was operating the motorcycle was visibly injured and not responsive.

A helicopter from the Maryland State Police Aviation was pre-launched to potentially make a transport, while first responders were still en route.

Crews arrived on the scene and made contact with the person who was operating the vehicle and the motorcycle.

First responders pronounced the victim deceased upon arrival.

The Charles County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating the crash.

Expect extended delays and road closures in the area while the investigation takes place.

This is a developing story. We will continue to provide additional details as they are made available.

Contact our news desk at news@thebaynet.com

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  1. Ryan – Fly to the Angels brother. You will be deeply missed by your family, bride and darling lil’ girls. Gone too soon. We love you – MI

  2. Dearest Ryan – Fly to the Angels kid. Godspeed to you, family, bride and darling lil’ girls. You will be deeply missed. Gone too soon. We love you.

  3. Why did you have pills hope you cleaned up now , i’m not sure how old you are but if nobody ever told your life be slow to speak your words in life and think

    Be blessed

  4. I saw him speeding past town creek and remember thinking “he is going to kill himself” drove down the road and there was the accident . I could be wrong but looking at the accident there was a huge dent on the side of the van and the bike was laying next to it . I don’t believe the bike struck the back of the van it was facing the opposite way the bike was heading .

  5. Sad.
    Would not be remotely surprised to see that collision reflects the motorcycle was above 100 mph based on pics.
    There no chance to respond to that kind of speeding.

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