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Police identify motorcyclist killed in Phoenix collision

PHOENIX (CBS5) -

Phoenix police say a motorcycle rider has died following a collision Friday night.

Police identified the victim as 25-year-old Kyler Hohlbein.

Phoenix police spokesman Steve Martos said Hohlbein was heading eastbound on Indian School Road when another driver made a left turn to enter a private drive in front of him. Hohlbein was thrown from this bike and died from his injuries.

Impairment is not believed to be a factor, according to Martos.

The crash closed eastbound and westbound Indian School Road between 31st and 33rd Avenue.

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