Monday, August 13, 2001

Motorcyclist killed in crash identified

        A man killed Saturday night in a Cincinnati motorcycle crash was identified Sunday as 30-year-old Brian Kremer of Fort Thomas.

        Mr. Kremer's motorcycle was struck by a vehicle as both were traveling southbound on Interstate 75 near the Hopple Street exit at 6 p.m., the Cincinnati traffic unit said.

        Mr. Kremer was then struck by a second southbound vehicle, slid and became trapped under a guardrail, police said. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

        Neither car driver was hurt.

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