Police report: 20-year-old killed in Kenton Street motorcycle crash was going 100 mph

The 20-year-old who was killed in a motorcycle crash on Kenton Street was going nearly 100 mph, according to a crash report filed by the Springfield Police Division.

The report says Tye Brewer was traveling west on Kenton Street when he hit a truck that was making a left turn from Beacon Street onto Kenton Street. It continues on to say that after impact, Brewer separated from his motorcycle and his body hit a van parked on the side of Kenton.

There were three 911 calls into dispatch that were obtained by this news organization. In one of the calls, a woman tells the dispatcher that she didn’t see the accident happen, but she does see Brewer seriously injured laying by the van and not breathing.

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Another caller, who identified himself to this news organization as Eli West, called 911 after he heard a loud crash outside his house.

He tells the dispatcher the accident is “pretty bad” and “there’s a guy down.” West says there was an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper in the area who tried to give Brewer CPR, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.

The crash report also revealed that Brewer was riding the motorcycle without a valid driver’s license. The cause of the accident is still under investigation, according to the report.

Funeral services for Brewer are planned for Thursday. A gathering of family and friends will be from 5 to 8 p.m. at Jones-Kenney-Zechman Funeral Home with the service to follow.

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