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Motorcyclist Killed in Pasco After Being Hit By a Truck

By June 22, 2020February 2nd, 2024No Comments
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On Monday morning around 9 am a motorcyclist from St. Petersburg was killed after being hit by a truck in Pasco County. Source.

The crash occurred when the 22-year-old man from Tampa, who was driving his truck west down County Line Road turned left onto southbound Teebs Boulevard. When the driver attempted to turn, he crossed paths with the 24-year-old motorcyclist from St. Petersburg, who was driving east on County Line Road. While the truck driver was making his turn, the motorcyclist hit the vehicle and the rider was ejected.

According to Florida Highway Patrol Troopers, the driver of the motorcycle died at the scene of the crash. The names of the two men involved have not been released due to Marsy’s Law, which is meant to protect crime victims. 

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