Wolf Point Herald

Motorcyclist Dies In Crash On Fort Peck Area Highway

A 62-year-old Utah man died Aug. 25, at 2:45 p.m., after his motorcycle drifted off Montana Hwy. 24 near Fort Peck.


According to the Montana Highway Patrol, the man had been driving southbound on Highway 24 when his 2012 Harley Davidson motorcycle went into another lane and into the east ditch. The handlebar of his motorcycle apparently hit a mile marker post and he was flipped, said MHP.


The driver was not wearing a helmet. He was pronounced dead at the scene by McCone County authorities.


The Billings Gazette has identified the man as Timothy Woodward of Orem, Utah.