TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) – For the second time in two days, a motorcyclist has died in an accident in Topeka.
Topeka police say the latest accident occurred Wednesday night when the motorcycle and another vehicle collided. The motorcycle driver was alive when emergency responders arrived but died later at a hospital.
The victim’s name and more information about the accident have not been released.
KSNT reports the accident occurred 24 hours after 53-year-old Michael Munoz of Topeka was killed when his motorcycle was hit from behind by a vehicle. The driver of the car was arrested and booked overnight on charges of manslaughter while driving under the influence, leaving the scene of an accident and several other charges.