Motorcyclist killed in Forest Park collision

ST. LOUIS, MO – A motorcyclist died Saturday in a single-vehicle collision in Forest Park, KSDK reports.

Joseph Mulenex was attempting to speed past traffic near the intersection of Forest Park Parkway and Union Boulevard when the 34-year-old lost control of his vehicle in a bend. The motorcycle hit the center median, scraped along the jersey wall, and then collided with a light pole, throwing Mulenex to the ground. The motorcycle continued another 756 feet before it came to a stop.

Emergency responders took Mulenex to a nearby hospital, where he died.

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