Warner Robins woman dies after single vehicle crash


PERRY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)— A woman is dead following a single motorcycle crash on I-75 south Sunday afternoon.

Georgia State Patrol confirms Cynthia Noreen Abdur-Raheem lost control of her motorcycle in the left lane near mile marker 140. She was thrown from the motorcycle into the left emergency lane.

The coroner pronounced Abdur-Raheem dead on the scene. She was 64 years old.

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