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Motorcyclist Killed In Tulsa Wreck Identified

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The wreck affected traffic in both directions. The wreck affected traffic in both directions.
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Tulsa Police have released the name of the motorcyclist killed in a crash on a Tulsa highway Saturday, June 3, 2017. Harvey Altemose's motorcycle hit a guardrail on the 15th Street entrance ramp to westbound Broken Arrow Expressway around 8 p.m. 

He was thrown from his 2012 Harley Davidson motorcycle and died at the scene.

6/3/2017 Related Story: Motorcyclist Killed In Wreck On BA Expressway

Police said no one saw the crash, and they don't believe any other vehicles were involved.

Altemose was 61 years old.

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