Man who died after motorcycle crash in West Valley City identified

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UPDATE: Police have identified the victim of the crash as 28-year-old Kyle Ivory. 

In a Facebook post by Desert Tech, they said Ivory was a valued member of their team and they are deeply saddened at his passing. 

“He was always so full of energy and positivity that it was contagious for anyone that was around him,” said the post.”Every customer who ever dealt with Kyle praised him for his desire to take care of them, his professionalism, and his support for the Desert Tech brand.” 

They continued their post saying his passion led to him becoming appointed as an official ambassador for the Desert Tech brand. 

“With such a great loss, we are left questioning why the best of us leave this world too soon, maybe it’s because Kyle had already perfected what God wants us all to learn, how to love our neighbor as ourselves,” said the post. “We know Kyle is with God and we appreciate the time we got to know him and be a part of his life. We ask God to bless his wife and children and comfort them in this time of great need.” 


WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – A  man died on Tuesday afternoon after a motorcycle crash in West Valley City.

The incident happened at 12:50 p.m. near 1890 West Alexander Street, according to police. 

The 28-year-old man was traveling westbound on Alexander Street from Redwood Road when officials say he lost control of his motorcycle.

He laid the bike down and slide across the road where he hit his head on a curb. He was pronounced dead on the scene and officials say he was not wearing a helmet. 

Police say no other vehicles were involved in this crash. 

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