March 27, 2023 / Source: Tucson News

The Tucson Police Department reported a motor vehicle crash on Sunday afternoon. The accident happened In a neighborhood close to East 29th Street and South Harrison Road at around 3:15 p.m. The collision involved a pickup truck and a motorcycle.

15-year-old Kenneth Shane Decker was driving a 1990 Kawasaki K1250 at a high rate of speed when he ran a stop sign and collided with a white 2007 GMC Sierra.

Decker was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital and later declared dead. Police confirmed that he didn’t have a driving license. 

The fatal crash is being investigated by the officials. The cause of the accident is being investigated. It is not yet known if alcohol or drugs played a role in the accident. There are no other details available at this time. 

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