Motorcyclist Dies in Head-On Crash Just Southeast of Everett

June 3, 2013

Police Blotter

UPDATE: 4:30pm 6-4-2013… The Snohomish County Medical Examiner has identified the victim as 27-year-old James V. Beaudry of Mill Creek. The case was ruled an accident.

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mill creek mc wreck DMill Creek Police are handling the investigation of a fatal motorcycle crash on 132nd street just east of Murphy’s corner at the Everett city limits. According to Mill Creek Police Officer Ian Durkee, a motorcyclist was eastbound on 132nd just east of Lowe’s when he lost control of the bike and crashed head-on into a westbound vehicle. He was then thrown from the bike. Firefighters arrived and the rider was pronounced dead at the scene. Durkee said witnesses described the bike as wobbly and traveling at high-speed prior to the crash. 132nd is closed between Murphy’s corner and 123rd SE while the investigation is under way. The crash happened around 8:30pm. The people in the car were not injured.

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11 Responses to “Motorcyclist Dies in Head-On Crash Just Southeast of Everett”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    So sad! A life that was taken to early! JB will be greatly missed

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I love THIS man with my whole being. Ive never seen a man with such a large heart. He was so manys “Knight in shining armor” or saving grace. This man welcomed everyone with a giant smile and comforted all in their struggles. This man was one of a dying breed, chivalry and respect ran deep in his blood. Love poured out of this mans heart. He was always searching for his next big adreline rush with his extreme sports, mastering everyone one. You could find him in the garage tinkering on his toys, hitting the slopes, or up in the woods hunting the next big Buck.
    JAMES VINCENT BEAUDRY is a legend and shall never be forgotten.
    Please watch out for bikes on the roads.

    IN MEMORY OF JAMES V. BEAUDRY
    REST IN PARADISE

    Live fast. Ride faster.

    • Anonymous Says:

      JAMES VINCENT BEAUDRY – REST IN PARADISE .. poignant words that I pray are in every sense real as I write this. I am grieving for your family .. your friends .. your community of which loved you without end (there is no doubt). As such; and because I don’t know you, choose to believe the descriptions as described above.

      I understand human nature and that death trumps life in the emotion of the human heart. I understand grief, despair, the questions of ‘why’ .. I understand that those touched by this tragedy will endure months, years, a lifetime of healing ..

      What I don’t understand is a quote such as “Live fast. Ride faster.” My wife and daughter were literal inches from being taken due to the reality of those four words. Our lives have been changed forever; and she was simply going to dance class ..

  3. Annonymous Says:

    So sorry for this man and his family/friends. My house backs up to this street and I hear vehicles speeding down the road nearly every evening. Please be careful 🙁

  4. Chewey46 Says:

    I think I heard this happened, I live about a mile and a half away and was watering my garden. I heard a motorcycle hit it’s rev limiter for about 1-2 seconds and then silence!! WOW!!

    • Anonymous Says:

      Jamez we lost u way to soon buddy. We will miss u always and foerever bro . Were praying for the family . We love u all

  5. Anonymous Says:

    I knew James a long time he was a really great guy. I will miss you bro

  6. larry Says:

    was listening to this on police scanner last night, from bainbridge island, horrible, at that high speed, he should have known, regards to the family……

  7. anon Says:

    so sad

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Gone too soon! You will be missed by sooo many!

  9. Eleanore Says:

    that’s 3 motorcycle fatalities in less than a week!