Soldotna man killed in motorcycle crash

A Soldotna man was killed Wednesday when his motorcycle collided with a compact SUV at Mile 91.2 of the Sterling Highway.

Jaramiah Hundley, 23, was taken to Central Peninsula Hospital shortly after the collision around 4 p.m. where he was pronounced dead, according to Alaska State Troopers. When Troopers arrived, they initiated life-saving measures until Central Emergency Services arrived, according to the Troopers’ report.

Mickie Warwick, 56, of Anchorage, was the sole occupant of the vehicle, a Ford Escape that was towing a travel trailer.

The Troopers’ report said that the Warwick’s Ford Escape was northbound on the Sterling Highway and began turning left into a driveway in front of the motorcycle. The motorcycle was southbound on the Sterling Highway and impacted the passenger side of the vehicle, according to Troopers.

Next of kin have been notified, according to the report. The investigation is ongoing.


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