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Motorcyclist, pedestrian killed in St. Louis crash identified

Police said a motorcyclist hit a man who was standing behind a parked vehicle. Both men died from their injuries following the collision

ST. LOUIS — A motorcyclist and pedestrian were killed in a crash late Monday night in St. Louis.

A summary report from the St. Louis police department states the collision involved two vehicles and a pedestrian. It happened at about 9:30 p.m. on Kensington Avenue near Kingshighway Boulevard. A 5 On Your Side photojournalist at the scene showed several police vehicles and officers responded to the residential block. Police tape partitioned off part of the street while the investigation was underway.

Police investigators said it appears the pedestrian, identified as 41-year-old Thurman Davis, was standing behind an unoccupied, parked car at the time. A man driving a 2005 Honda motorcycle then hit Davis and the parked car. The impact caused the motorcyclist to be thrown from the vehicle. He died at the scene and was later identified as 50-year-old Eric Fulton.

Davis was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.

The police report did not go into further details about what led up to the crash.

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