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The collision occurred on the A41 towards Hemel Hempstead.


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POLICE APPEAL AFTER MOTORCYCLIST DIES IN COLLISION It has been reported that the driver of the


olice investigating a road traffic collision that took place on the A41 in Watford at


approximately 3.30am on Sunday March 20, are appealing for the driver of a people carrier that stopped at the scene and any other witnesses to come forward. The motorcyclist, who has been named as 38-


year-old Shaun Jarvis, from Milton Keynes, was riding a black and yellow Suzuki GSXR 600. He died shortly after the collision. The motorcycle was travelling in the direction


of Hemel Hempstead on the A41 when it collided with a crash barrier between the Hunton Bridge roundabout and junction 20 of the M25 about 200 yards past Langleybury Lane.


people carrier, thought to be a silver or light coloured Peugeot, stopped briefly at the scene before driving off. Investigating officer, PC Matt Hollingsworth of


the serious road crash investigation team, said: ―I am appealing for anyone who may have seen the motorcycle either before or after the collision took place to come forward. The motorcycle is believed to have travelled from the Dome roundabout along the A41 to Hunton Bridge and then towards the M25 on the A41.‖ Anyone with information is asked to contact


PC Hollingsworth on the non-emergency number 0845 33 00 222.


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