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Motorcyclist killed in Raleigh traffic collision

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Lakesiha Yolanda Jones, 25, was attempting to turn left onto Creekside Drive when she hit Pelletier. Lakesiha Yolanda Jones, 25, was attempting to turn left onto Creekside Drive when she hit Pelletier.
RALEIGH, N.C. -

A Raleigh man died Saturday after injuries he sustained in a collision while riding a motorcycle on Wake Forest Road, Raleigh police said. 

Police said Bradley Lawrence Pelletier, 52, was driving his Harley Davidson motorcycle on Wake Forest Road near Creekside Drive at about 12:15 a.m. when he was hit by a car.

Lakesiha Yolanda Jones, 25, was attempting to turn left onto Creekside Drive when she hit Pelletier.

A police report said witnesses told police Pelletier had a green light. 

Pelletier was taken to WakeMed where he died later from his injuries. 

Jones, of Sanford, was charged with DWI and failure to yield the right of way.

 

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