Police ID Wayne Motorcyclist, 40, Killed In Deer Crash

WAYNE, N.J. — A 40-year-old Wayne motorcyclist was killed after hitting a deer just after 12 a.m., Wednesday, authorities said.

Wayne Memorial First Aid Squad
Wayne Memorial First Aid Squad Photo Credit: Wayne Memorial First Aid Squad

Peter J. Kamper's 2001 Harley Davidson FXS was traveling East on Lakeside Avenue when it struck a deer, the impact ejecting Kamper, police said.

People nearby heard the crash and found Kamper unresponsive at the scene, where a doctor rendered medical assistance until the Wayne Memorial First Aid Squad and paramedics responded, according to police.

Kamper was transported to Saint Joseph’s Medical Center and short time later was pronounced dead, police said.

This crash is now under investigation by the Wayne Police Traffic Bureau. Anyone who may have information related to this crash is asked to contact the Wayne Police Department Traffic Bureau at 973-633-3520.

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