Jonathan Nissley Obituary, Victim Killed In A Fatal Motorcycle Crash In Montgomery Township identified

Jonathan Nissley Obituary, Death- Jonathan Nissley, 33, a native of Doylestown, was killed in a motorcycle accident at the intersection of County Line and Doylestown roads on the evening of November 14. A void has been created in the hearts of those who knew and loved Jonathan ever since his untimely demise in 1989. Jonathan was an adventurous man who loved riding motorcycles. His joy at finally getting out on the open road was cut tragically short at 5:24 p.m. when a 2020 Hyundai Elantra turned in front of him at the aforementioned intersection. Unfortunately, the accident still took place and he was killed.

Following this, Jonathan’s motorcycle collided into the passenger-side back of a Hyundai, and then the front of a Nissan Juke. Jonathan Nissley passed away suddenly, but not before leaving behind a rich legacy and fond memories. Jonathan’s tragic death has left his family and friends devastated. His pleasant presence in Doylestown was missed by everybody who knew him. Several hours were spent examining the scene of the fatal collision at the intersection of County Line and Doylestown roads in Montgomery Township, led by Police Lt. Gerry Dougherty.

The investigation into the collision between a man, 36, driving a Hyundai, and a woman, 59, driving a Nissan is ongoing. The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office, the Montgomery Township Fire Department, the Colmar Fire Company, the North Penn Crash Team, the New Britain Township Police Department, the VMSC Emergency Medical Services, the Montgomery Township Fire Department, and the fire police from neighboring fire companies all worked together to secure the scene and care for the injured. There is currently no news on Jonathan Nissley’s funeral or memorial services. The neighborhood is in sorrow.

As they mourn the loss of a family member who was stolen from them far too soon, the family requests privacy. Those who may have witnessed the event or possess information, including video evidence, are requested to call the Montgomery Township Department’s Highway Safety Unit at 215-362-2301. By working together, the community has a better chance of finding out what happened to Jonathan and bringing closure to his family and friends who are still grieving. In light of this horrible tragedy, let us think back on the good times we shared with Jonathan Nissley. May he rest in peace, and may his loved ones find solace in each other and the sympathy of the neighborhood as they mourn his loss.

Author: Queen Miracle