Auburn motorcyclist dies in crash on I-5

  • Wednesday, September 5, 2018 2:30pm
  • News

A motorcyclist from Auburn was killed late Thursday morning, Aug. 30 in a crash along Interstate 5, near the Michigan Street on-ramp in Georgetown, according to the Washington State Patrol.

The King County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the victim as 42-year-old Joshua Burgess.

According to the state patrol, Burgess was traveling on Michigan Street to southbound I-5 around 11:23 a.m. when he lost control of his 2016 Indian Chief 1811CC, struck a barrier and was ejected. He died at the scene.

More in News

11-mile legacy: the history of Green Valley Road; talk is Saturday

From native trail to cow path to major farm-to-market road, Green Valley… Continue reading

Envisioning an Auburn Arts Alley: share your ideas

As Auburn’s historic downtown continues to grow and evolve, the community continues… Continue reading

Utility work to affect Auburn Way North, 10th Street NE to 15th Street NE | Update

Beginning Tuesday, Jan. 22, through Friday, Feb. 8, utility work by InfraSource… Continue reading

Auburn Food Bank dedicates service Jan. 23 to help federal employees

The Auburn Food Bank is offering a food bank service Wednesday, Jan.… Continue reading

Responding to a cry for help

United Way of King County’s Family Resource Exchange serves hundreds of homeless at Green River College

Microsoft will invest $500 million toward regional housing

Mayors of nine cities — including Auburn, Kent, Federal Way, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Issaquah, Renton and Sammamish — have pledged to help

Auburn School Board recognizes outstanding staff member

The Auburn School District Board of Directors recognized Chris Telford, jewelry teacher… Continue reading

City offers assistance to federal employees

Late fees, service interruptions suspended for furloughed Auburn residents

Measles investigation in King County; infected man was at Auburn, Kent, Covington locations

Local public health officials are investigating a suspected measles infection in a… Continue reading

Most Read