Kettering motorcyclist killed in weekend crash in Beavercreek

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A 30-year-old Kettering man died following a two-vehicle crash involving a motorcycle in Beavercreek Saturday.

Beavercreek police and fire crews responded to Grange Hall Road near Gardenview Drive around 4:30 p.m.

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Aaron Stroop was on a motorcycle going south on Grange Hall Road when he collided with Honda Civic headed in the opposite direction, according to Beavercreek police.

Despite life-saving efforts from crews on the scene, Stroop died from his injuries.

Occupants inside the Honda suffered minor injuries.

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The crash remains under investigation. Police ask that anyone with information on a motorcyclist in the area of Grange Hall Road between Colonel Glenn Highway and Gardenview Drive between 4:15 and 4:30 p.m. Saturday call Officer Charmaine Hall at 937-426-1225 ext. 665.

Police are also interested in speaking to the driver of a light-colored cab pickup truck, possibly a Toyota, that was believed to be in the immediate area of the crash when it happened.