Officers working within Osceola County were among the first to respond to an early morning crash involving a motorcycle and a sedan on Wednesday, September 9th. The incident remains under investigation at the time of this writing, but the many of the details relating to the incident were included in preliminary reports from emergency response crews.
An afternoon crash between a pickup truck and a motorcycle resulted in the death of one person during the middle of September. An investigation into the crash remains ongoing, and initial reports on the events were issued by members of the Florida Highway Patrol working within Volusia County. According to their reports, it was shortly before 3:00 in the afternoon that a 23-year-old was riding a motorcycle down the southern lanes of U.S. 17. At this same time, a person who was not named or described was behind the wheel of a pickup truck. They were also traveling down the southbound lanes of U.S. 17.
A spokesperson for the Florida Department of Transportation issued a statement towards the end of July relating to the death of a motorcyclist who was involved in an accident that took place within Lake County. The reports say that the incident happened shortly after 8:00 at night on Wednesday, July 22nd and involved a single car as well as the motorcyclist mentioned above.
It was shortly before ten in the morning on July 30th, 2020, when officers with the Florida Highway Patrol started to receive calls referencing a potentially fatal motorcycle accident that had just occurred inside Brevard County. Preliminary reports from the scene indicate that another vehicle in the area had unexpectedly pulled out in front of the 64-year-old biker, causing the deadly side-impact collision.
It was on the morning of Tuesday, June 9th, that 63-year-old Lakeland resident climbed aboard their motorcycle and began to pull out of their garage. According to reports from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, the individual had only recently purchased the motorcycle after having spent many years without driving one. It is not clear when exactly the motorcycle was purchased, and it is also not clear if the 63-year-old had driven the bike after purchasing it or if this was the new owner’s inaugural ride.
Officers with the Ormond Beach Police Department are among those investigating a fatal accident involving a motorcycle that took place within the city on the afternoon of Saturday, May 23rd. The reports that we currently possess come from this department and indicate that the accident involved only two vehicles. One of these vehicles was the above-mentioned motorcycle. The second was a parked car that was sitting in the lot of the Piranha Grille, a popular restaurant for tourists located within the area.
On Thursday, May 21st, an accident occurred in Seminole County that resulted in the death of a single individual. The accident happened in the mid-morning and involved two vehicles: an SUV and a motorcycle. As is usually the case in collisions that occur between a motorcycle and a larger vehicle, the motorcyclist was the one to suffer the most from the impact.
During the middle of May, two individuals died after being involved in a motorcycle crash that took place within a stretch of Interstate 4 located within Seminole County. The current information available comes from reports issued by the Florida Highway Patrol and includes many of the facts around the case, however it is important to remember that the accident remains under investigation, so any current details are subject to change or be modified as future updates are issued.
A collision between a motorcycle and a van inside of the City of Melbourne resulted in numerous fatalities as well as critical injuries on the evening of Monday, May 4th. The reports from the Melbourne Police Department indicated that the incident began sometime around 7:15 in the evening, while an individual on a motorcycle was traveling down the eastern lanes of the 4600 block of Eau Gallie Boulevard. The motorcyclist had just departed from I-95 using the ramp when they entered Eau Gallie Boulevard’s eastern lanes.
A motorcycle accident that took place towards the end of March has resulted in an ongoing investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol. Early reports on the incident suggest that it took place on Thursday, March 26th, although little information beyond that is currently available. What we know at the time of this writing comes from details contained in Florida Highway Patrol statements, details that remain somewhat sketchy as the investigation remains under investigation.