Motorcyclist dies following collision with tree in Berners Roding

PUBLISHED: 12:22 06 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:22 06 February 2018

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A motorcyclist has died following a collision on a dirt track in Berners Roding.

The 58-year-old man from Ongar was riding the off-road bike on a track on land between the junction of Ongar Road and School Lane at around 4.55pm on Sunday February 4.

The bike was in collision with a tree. He sadly died at the scene, despite the efforts of members of the public and emergency services.

No other vehicles were involved in the incident.

The dirt track was closed while police carried out an investigation at the scene but at this time officers are not looking for any further witnesses.

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