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Trailbike rider dies in park crash

A 23-year-old male trailbike rider has died in a crash about 1.20pm today (10 February 2020) at Robert Brown Reserve, Blacktown, in western Sydney.

Emergency services attended the park on the corner of Flushcombe Road and the Great Western Highway after reports a trailbike rider had struck a barrier and fallen off.

Robert Brown Reserve

Blacktown Police Area Command officers found the man seriously injured next to his trailbike.

Despite attempts by officers and paramedics to revive the man, he died at the scene.

A crime scene was established, and officers have started an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident.

A report will be prepared for the Coroner.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report crime via NSW Police social media pages.

Our sincere condolences to the man’s family and friends.

  1. He hit the guardrail on the side of the great western, all the houses that back onto that reserve are all houso, I saw the aftermath, all his mates and neighbours standing around shirtless arguing with the police fire and Ambos thing to load the poor sod into the care flight chopper, from the angle in my cab I couldn’t see a helmet or any protective gear other than a pair of shorts. Idiot would have been alive if he followed simple rules like wear a helmet, have a licence and rego and don’t ride in a reservation that’s clearly marked do not ride bike there!

    1. He WAS wearing a helmet! And what does where people come from have to do with anything?! People were obviously very distraught and wanted to be able to say their goodbyes to him. You’re a cruel insensitive soul.

  2. If the barrier pictured is the one he struck then I’m not surprised. It appears to me to be, in certain light conditions, almost impossible to see. Painted white it would be more obvious.

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