SOUTHSIDE, W.Va. — A Point Pleasant man was killed Sunday afternoon when the motorcycle he was riding was struck by an oncoming motorist.

The Mason County Sheriff’s Department said Kenneth McMillan, 60, was traveling north on U.S. Route 35 near Southside when his bike was hit by a southbound car being driven by Jeremy Seibert, 24, of Continental, Ohio. McMillan was pronounced dead at the scene. A passenger in Seibert’s car was injured and hospitalized.

Investigators said charges are pending in the case.

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Comments

  • MOCO man

    I guess my question would be.........if this road is so dangerous, are people not intelligent enough to slow down? It's one thing to call out the governor and everyone else but individuals have to be accountable for themselves........

  • Mason County Contrarian

    Yet another fatality on the unfinished Rt. 35. Congressmen, Governor, Senators, state legislators, county commissioners, local hacks: how many more will have to die before government responds?

    A fair question, I'd say. In the meantime, we're one day closer to another fatality on West Virginia's Highway of Death.

  • Judge Jimmy

    I would like to add that this is the 2 lane part of Route 35. The most dangerous highway in WV.

  • Beekeeper

    I would like to see this case followed to see what the charges are, and if there are any penalties.

  • joeyjojo

    Hope he rots in prison.