Joshua Delvecchio Obituary, Death – According to a report by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, a collision that took place on Monday in Clermont County ended up taking the life of a motorcyclist who was involved in the event. On State Route 32 in Union Township, at approximately 1:38 in the afternoon, there was a collision that took place. As far as vehicles are concerned, the only one that was involved in the collision was the motorcycle itself.
Joshua Delvecchio, a resident of Batavia, was recognized as the biker who was involved in the accident by the Office of Statewide Health Planning (OSHP). According to the authorities that investigated the event, Delvecchio was allegedly “traveling at a high rate of speed” westbound on SR 32 when he lost control of the motorbike that he was riding, a 2007 Yamaha YZF R6. This is according to the findings of the investigation that was conducted.
The next thing that took happened was that Delvecchio’s car veered off the right side of the road and smashed into a concrete culvert, which was the next thing that took occurred after that. After coming to a complete stop, the officials have indicated that the motorcycle performed a number of flips before stopping completely. According to the Office of the State Medical Examiner (OSHP), Delvecchio was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. This information was provided by the OSHP. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHP) claims that he was protecting his head by donning a helmet at the time of the occurrence in order to keep it from being injured.