Isle of Man motorcyclist killed in crash named
A motorcyclist who was killed in a crash on the Isle of Man has been named by police as Kevin Baker.
The 69-year-old's Yamaha collided with a Nissan car between Handley's Corner and Barre Garroo crossroads at about 17:00 BST on 4 June.
Mr Baker, who was from the island, was airlifted to Noble's Hospital, where he later died.
Insp Dave Dobbie said "thoughts and condolences are with Mr Baker's family".
He added that investigations are ongoing in relation to the crash.
The car driver, who police say was Northern Irish, was treated in hospital but has been discharged.
Another motorcyclist who was injured after the crash has also been released from hospital.
The collision happened outside of the TT racing, which is taking place on the island.