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Connecticut man dies in motorcycle accident on Great Barrington’s Main Street

According to police, a gray 2019 Honda Accord, driven by Tandoh Devine, 22, of Pittsfield, was heading south, and was turning left into the driveway of the restaurant, crossing the northbound lane and into the path of a 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle.
Update: In a press release on July 6, the Great Barrington Police Department identified the victim of the crash as Antonio Desousa, 68 years of age, from Danbury, Connecticut. The crash remains under investigation.

Great Barrington — A Connecticut resident died in a motor vehicle crash on Monday, July 4, in front of the Bistro Box restaurant.
According to a press release issued by Police Chief Paul Storti, the accident took place around 12:02 p.m. on the south end of Main Street in front of the restaurant.

The Police Department is withholding the name of the victim until his family is notified.
According to police, a gray 2019 Honda Accord, driven by Tandoh Devine, 22, of Pittsfield, was heading south, and was turning left into the driveway of the restaurant, crossing the northbound lane and into the path of a 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle.
Devine’s car collided with the motorcycle, and the operator of the motorcycle, a 68-year-old Connecticut resident, was severely injured and flown to Albany Medical Center. The motorcycle operator later died from his injuries.
Devine, and other occupants of the vehicle, who have not been identified, did not suffer any injuries.
Investigators are asking eyewitnesses to contact the Great Barrington Police Department at 413-528-0306.
Officers from the Great Barrington Police Department, the Great Barrington Fire Department, Canaan Ambulance, and Sheffield Police assisted on the scene. The investigation is ongoing by the Great Barrington Police Department, Massachusetts State Police CARS Unit, and the Berkshire County District Attorney’s Office.

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