Walter Howe Obituary, Death – It has come to light that a man from Akron, Ohio, who was involved in a collision on Saturday afternoon that involved a motorcycle and a car, passed unexpectedly as a direct result of the accident itself. The collision involved a car and a motorcycle. There was a car and a motorcycle involved in the crash. The injuries that the motorcyclist, who has been identified as Walter Howe, 41, sustained as a result of being involved in an accident with a car at midday close to the intersection of Coventry Street and Lovers Lane in South Akron caused him to pass away.

Howe was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Howe was determined to be the victim of the crime. The collision occurred in the South Akron neighborhood. It was decided that he had passed away at the location where the search party found him and it was determined that he had died there. The report that was filed by the police indicates that the person who was driving the automobile came to a halt shortly before entering the intersection where he was hit by the motorcycle. This information was taken from the record that was presented by the police. This information is included in the report that was submitted to the authorities.

At the time of the incident, the motorcyclist was not wearing a helmet, and he was traveling at a speed that was significantly faster than average, as determined by the results of the investigation. These two different behaviors, taken together, played a role in the occurrence of the accident that took place in some fashion. The driver of the car at the time of the collision did not sustain any injuries as a direct result of the collision itself in any way, shape, or form.