Motorcycle Accident | Orlando Accident & Injury Blog
Local homicide investigators with the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office are currently working diligently to determine the exact cause of a pickup truck vs. motorcycle accident that claimed the life of a 73-year-old biker Saturday evening while he was driving along Deltona Boulevard.
Authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) operating within Orange County have opened a formal investigation into the death of a 37-year-old female bicycle rider who suffered fatal injuries on September 26, 2021, after she was struck by a motorcyclist while attempting to cross Colonial Drive in Orlando.
According to investigative authorities with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, a 30-year-old man from Bartow has been apprehended and charged with petit theft and tampering with evidence after he allegedly stole a backpack from a deceased biker who was killed in a motorcycle accident near the intersection of Old Connersville Road and State Road 60 this past Monday evening.
Preliminary collision reports from troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol indicate that a 16-year-old motorcyclist from Deltona suffered fatal injuries Monday morning after he was involved in an auto accident with another motorist close to an I-4 entrance ramp in Volusia County.
Preliminary accident reports released by officials with the Daytona Beach Police Department indicate that a 31-year-old resident of Alabama was tragically killed early this past Saturday morning after the motorcyclist was involved in a rear-end collision with another vehicle near an intersection close to the Daytona International Speedway.
Although the exact details have yet to be determined, authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol operating in Marion County believe they have a clear understanding as to the cause of a deadly motorcycle accident which claimed the life of a 30-year-old man from Ocala this past Saturday afternoon on State Road 40.
As the motorcycle enthusiasts, riders, and revelers hit the local Florida roads to head home from the Rolling Thunder patriotic bike rally held this Memorial Day weekend in Merritt Island, authorities in neighboring Marion County are continuing their investigation into a deadly head-on collision which claimed the lives of two motorcyclists this past Thursday along State Road 200.
Detectives with the Titusville Police Department are working diligently to determine the cause of a deadly side-impact collision which claimed the lives of two motorcyclists over the weekend near the intersection of North Washington Avenue in close proximity to the entrance of the Parrish Medical Center acute care facility in Brevard County.
As our climate here in the great Sunshine State quickly shifts gears into summer mode, bringing its glorious sunny skies and consistently warm temperatures, motorcycle enthusiasts have wasted no time in returning to the roadways to soak up the beautiful scenery. However, this recent increase in the amount of bikers along our coastal highways and intertwined interstate systems has also caused an alarming uptick in the number of severe and fatal motorcycle accidents. One such incident occurred this past Saturday afternoon in Pinellas County and claimed the life of a 56-year-old individual.
A Central Florida community has been left to deal with the heartbreaking aftermath of a fatal motorcycle accident at the intersection of Hayes Road and State Road 434 in Seminole County on April 29th, 2021, which claimed the life of a local 34-year-old restaurant owner, chef and barbecue pitmaster.