An elderly man riding an e-bike has died after crashing off a path alongside Ocean Beach Road in Denmark. Officers from the major crash squad are investigating the horror incident, which happened about 8.55pm on Friday. Police said the alert was raised when a member of the public found the crashed e-bike on the path. Emergency services were called but the 73-year-old rider suffered critical injuries and died at the scene. A police spokeswoman said on Monday that early indications suggest no other parties or vehicles were involved in the incident but investigations were ongoing. Major crash investigators would like to speak to anyone who saw the man riding his e-bike on the path before the crash or the incident itself. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online here. Dash-cam or mobile phone vision relating to this crash can be uploaded directly to investigators here. It comes as police continue to crack down on e-rideables after it was revealed St John WA paramedics responded to 115 e-scooter incidents between January and March this year — almost 10 a week. Alarmingly, the majority of the incidents were considered “priority one”, the most serious of jobs attended by paramedics. In terms of road safety, almost 700 people in WA have been fined for not wearing a helmet on e-rideables in the past 16 months. Last year St John WA responded to 283 e-scooter incidents — a 126 per cent increase on the year before. Local governments across the State are navigating how to regulate e-scooters, with many raising concerns with their providers about riders not wearing helmets, speeding and reports of numerous injuries and “near miss” incidents.