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Motorcyclist Dies After Crashing At Nearly 300 Mph

BOWDOINHAM, Maine (Reuters) - A Florida motorcyclist known as the "fastest man on two wheels," died Sunday after crashing at just under 300 miles per hour while trying to break his own record for the fastest speed on a conventional motorcycle in a time trial in Limestone, Maine. Full story

Wild chain-reaction crash caught on camera

   CCTV captured a driver hitting a motorcyclist who then crashed into a pedestrian in Argentina. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

Motorcyclist crashes into bicyclists in Calif.

   A motorcyclist was captured on camera slamming into bicyclists on a California highway, injuring two people. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

Good Samaritans lift car off injured man

   Witnesses lift a vehicle off of an injured motorcyclist after a crash. WBBH's Matt Wright reports.

Stunned koala 'okay' after being hit

   A YouTube video shows a koala "appearing out of nowhere" before being hit by a motorcyclist in Australia. The koala survived, apparently uninjured. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

Motorcyclist hits trailer on S.C. highway

   A motorcyclist is tossed through the air after hitting a trailer while riding on a highway in South Carolina. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

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