Superintendent James Lavela was rushed to a local hospital, where he was referred to Monrovia and was later pronounced dead upon arrival.
Superintendent Lavela was coming from Tubmanburg after visiting Grand Cape Mount.
A dispatch from the county says, the deceased was quickly rushed to a local hospital in the county and was immediately transferred to Monrovia, but was pronounced dead upon arrival.
James Lavela has been an employee at the plantation since 2013 and has been one of the industrial workers at the company.
However, eyewitnesses on the scene of the accident said the casualties were caused by excessive speed from the bikes.
The accident caused an upset in both Grand Cape Mount and Bomi Counties as well as among workers of the plantation for losing a virtuous person in the company, thus creating a vacuum within the company.
The rest are currently admitted and responding to treatment.