Bradley Semmens: Aussie vacationer killed in hit-and-run motorbike crash Bali

An Australian vacationer has tragically died in a horror hit and run accident on a distant street in Bali.

The 33-year-oold man, recognized as Bradley Semmens, was driving his Honda Scoopy motorbike alongside the Persinggahan Freeway, close to the small city of Klungkung on the southwest coast of the island, when a rushing motorcycle approaching from the alternative lane collided with him, in response to native media.

Detik Bali reported that the rider of the bike fled the scene on foot instantly after the accident, leaving the Australian deserted on the aspect of the street.

Mr Semmens, who was flung from his bike, suffered extreme head accidents earlier than he tragically died on the scene, Klungkung Police spokesperson Agus Widiono informed the publication.

One witness, who was standing on the aspect of the street when the incident occurred, informed police the freeway was comparatively quiet on the time, round 3.30pm on Tuesday.

There have been a gaggle of locals close by who rushed to assist Mr Semmens, however his accidents had been too extreme.

The Klungkung Police Site visitors Unit along with the Kring Sehat (Kriss) Klungkung ambulance arrived on the scene shortly after and pronounced Mr Semmens lifeless.

“As a result of they had been busy serving to the injured particular person, the perpetrator was not recognized and had already fled to the east,” Mr Widiono defined, citing a witness’s account

“(Police) at the moment are finishing up investigations to seek out out the identification of the motorcycle driver who was concerned within the accident with the sufferer,” Mr Widiono added.

The Australian’s physique was taken to the Klungkung Regional Basic Hospital (RSUD) to be formally recognized, the place it stays awaiting ‘official embassy procedures’ in response to Mr Widiono.

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