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.
A collision that happened within Orange County during the middle of this month resulted in the death of at least one individual and an ongoing investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol. Reports from the authorities indicated that the incident took place close to 2:30 in the afternoon on Tuesday. At this time, a 55-year-old man from Clermont was driving down the northern lanes of U.S. 441 in a Ford van. Simultaneously, a 38-year-old was traveling down the same road’s southern lanes. It is believed that the 38-year-old was riding a motorcycle at the time of the incident, although the make and model of the bike was not included in the initial reports.
As Bike Week gets underway within Daytona Beach, the possibility of people becoming injured in accidents involving motorcycles increases dramatically. Despite the efforts of all the authorities within Daytona Beach to ensure that everyone is as safe as possible, an incident still took place on Tuesday, March 10th, that resulted in three people losing their lives.
The kick off to the extremely popular Daytona Bike Week took place over this past weekend, on Friday the 6th to be precise, and people from around the state and even the country rushed to Daytona to show off their hogs and their choppers, compare leather gear, and generally make themselves seen throughout the week in a city-wide celebration of motorcycles and their riders. This year marks the 79th annual celebration of the event, and, as it becomes increasingly popular each progressive year it continues, organizers are expecting upwards of 500,000 individuals to attend the event.
Police with Daytona Beach responded to reports of an accident that took place close to 7:40 at night on Tuesday and involved a motorcycle as well as a Honda Civic. What we know at this time is that the evening crash happened while the two vehicles were traveling along North Atlantic Avenue and Plaza Boulevard. Shortly before the incident, a 19-year-old man from Daytona Beach was behind the wheel of a 2017 four-door Honda Civic. He was driving this Civic down the northern lanes of North Atlantic Avenue, which is also called State Road A1A at this particular point, when he reached the intersection of North Atlantic Avenue and Plaza Boulevard.
Little is currently known about an incident that took place within the city of Cocoa early in February that resulted in the severe injury of a motorcyclist. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol contain the most detailed information currently on hand regarding the incident.
A multi-car crash that took place within Marion County sometime on Sunday, February 9th, resulted in the death of a 28-year-old motorcyclist. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol indicated that it was sometime during the night on Sunday when the motorcyclist as well as numerous other drivers was traveling along the southern lanes of Interstate 75 when the fatal motorcycle crash occurred.
Little is currently known about an incident that took place in Flagler County towards the end of January that resulted in the death of a child. What we know so far comes from reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, members of whom arrived at the scene shortly after the motorcycle accident took place. It is not clear who called the police or if an officer stumbled upon the incident sometime after it happened.
An investigation into a fatal motorcycle collision that took place on New Year’s Eve is being spearheaded by the Florida Highway Patrol. Reports that have emerged thus far regarding the incident state that the accident involved a 75-year-old individual inside of a Kia Soul and a 65-year-old who was driving a Kawasaki motorcycle.
On Friday, December 6th, police working within the city of Tampa responded to reports of a collision between a motorcycle and a HART bus. When officers, paramedics, and EMTs arrived at the scene, they found the situation as described, with at least one person suffering from severe injuries. While the emergency medical teams tended to the injured, the police began their preliminary investigation into the motorycle accident, in the hopes that they might uncover just what happened to cause the frightening and deadly crash.