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Motorcyclist Killed During Fatal Crash

By July 6, 2020February 2nd, 2024No Comments
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A 41-year-old man riding a motorcycle was killed on Sunday night in Sarasota after an accident with a sedan. Source.

According to Florida Highway Patrol Troopers, a 37-year-old man driving a sedan was attempting to make a left turn from Kentucky Street onto the eastbound lanes of University Parkway. While attempting to turn, the sedan traveled into the path of the motorcyclist, who was traveling in the westbound lanes of University Parkway, approaching Kentucky Street. The right side of the front of the motorcycle made contact with the left side of the sedan.

The motorcyclist died from his injuries, and the driver of the sedan suffered serious injuries from the crash.

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