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Motorcyclist dies in Claremont crash
The scene in Claremont last night. Picture: Steve Ferrier/The West Australian

A 40-year-old man from Nedlands died overnight after he crashed his motorcycle in Claremont.

A police spokesman said the motorcyclist was travelling south on Alfred Road about 10.35pm when he lost control of his Ducati at the Brockway Road roundabout and skidded into a parked car.

Emergency service workers attempted to revive the man at the scene.

Major Crash officers are investigating.

The West Australian

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