Indiana Woman Dies In Motorcycle Wreck Operated by Husband

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Lexington, Kentucky. An Indiana woman died Sunday, July 18, 2010, while riding as a passenger on a motorcycle operated by her husband, and they crashed traveling on Interstate 75 in Lexington.

According to the Fayette County Coroner’s Office, passenger Tina Wasserott, 50-year old from Cedar Lake, Indiana, was on the motorcycle when her husband lost control of the vehicle while taking the exit 113 ramp to North Broadway, and was unfortunately killed in the motorcycle wreck. Reportedly, the motorcycle went off the roadway, then struck a guard rail, which resulted in passenger Tina Wasserott to be thrown from the motorcycle. She was taken to the University of Kentucky Medical Center, where she was later pronounced dead.

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