A western Iowa man died Tuesday from injuries he suffered during a collision between his motorcycle and a car. Forty-eight-year-old Frank Snyder, of Stanton, was pronounced dead at an Omaha, Nebraska, hospital following the crash that occurred at around 1:40 p.m.

Tuesday on Highway 34, two-miles east of Red Oak. According to the Iowa State Patrol, Snyder — who was not wearing a helmet — was traveling east on the highway when he attempted to pass a car, and his cycle collided with a westbound 1995 Dodge Intrepid.

The 70-year-old female driver of the car Snyder collided with, suffered minor injuries. She was treated and released from the Montgomery County Memorial Hospital. The crash marks the second fatal motorcycle accident to have occurred in Montgomery County in less than two months. In June, a 61-year-old Red Oak man was killed, when his motorcycle collided with a deer on Highway 34, northwest of Stanton.