A 24-year-old man has died in a single-vehicle crash on the Tasman Highway. At 8.50pm last night, police attended the crash scene, about 15 kilometres west of Scottsdale. There, they found a male driver in the vehicle. Despite attempts to revive him, police say he was pronounced dead at the scene by Ambulance Tasmania personnel. "It appears the crash was caused by the vehicle failing to negotiate a right hand bend, causing it to strike a number of large trees," a Tasmania Police spokesperson said. A report will be prepared for the coroner. If you or someone you know may have witnessed the crash, police ask you to contact Crash Investigation Services, Launceston on 6777 3936.

A 24-year-old man has died in a single-vehicle crash on the Tasman Highway.

At 8.50pm last night, police attended the crash scene, about 15 kilometres west of Scottsdale.

There, they found a male driver in the vehicle. Despite attempts to revive him, police say he was pronounced dead at the scene by Ambulance Tasmania personnel.

"It appears the crash was caused by the vehicle failing to negotiate a right hand bend, causing it to strike a number of large trees," a Tasmania Police spokesperson said.

A report will be prepared for the coroner.

If you or someone you know may have witnessed the crash, police ask you to contact Crash Investigation Services, Launceston on 6777 3936.

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