Wreck kills Kennesaw man on his Harley on Cobb Parkway

A 56-year-old Kennesaw man was killed on Wednesday night as he rode his motorcycle on Cobb Parkway, according to police.

Michael A. Michael was traveling south bound on Cobb Parkway on his 1980 Harley Davidson motorcycle around 10:35 p.m. when he was struck by a 2001 Mazda Millenia driven by Chevelle Gore, 21, of Powder Springs, according to Marietta police.

Police said their initial investigation that Gore was traveling north bound on Cobb Parkway, and was turning left on to White Avenue. The Mazda turned into the path of the Harley Davidson, and the motorcycle struck the right front of the Mazda.

Michael was transported to Well Star Kennestone Hospital where he was pronounced dead from his injuries, police said. The crash is still under investigation and charges are still pending, according to police. Anyone with any information concerning the crash is asked to contact Officer Geoff Culpepper at 770-794-5357.

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