Published at February 17, 2014 by administrator.
South Florida is notorious for brutal motorcycle accidents. And worst of all, the streets of Broward, Dade, and Palm Beach counties are as perilous as ever for motorcycle riders. Although the streets and highways are a veritable gauntlet of collision activity, rest assured you can find a good West Palm Beach motorcycle accident lawyer if need be. Here are nine of the worst recent motorcycle accidents in South Florida.
Police are looking to camera footage from the stop light to see how the accident happened.
The motorcycle kept rolling, then jumped a retaining wall on Interstate 595, landed on a car below, and caused it to burst into flames. Luckily, nobody involved was seriously injured, but the vehicles were destroyed and traffic was backed up on the busy highway for hours.
The car’s driver fled on foot. The victim was pronounced dead on arrival to Broward Health Medical Center.
The man’s body was ejected and ended up in a nearby canal while the motorcycle continued into a group of trees where it went up in fiery flames.
He lost control of his motorcycle and was thrown to the ground
Man who was riding south on Copans Road on his motorcycle lost control of it and the bike flipped over the west shoulder; throwing the man off. He was pronounced dead at the hospital.
Struck from behind by a 73 year old driver of a Honda who tried to turn into the South Military Trail plaza, but instead hit the motorcyclist. He was pronounced dead at Broward Health North.
He was hit by a 17 year old driving a Toyota Avalon. The motorcyclist ran into the back of a Honda Pilot. He lost control and was thrown from the bike and into the roadway where he was ran over by the 17 year old. She called the police when she realized what had happened.
Christopher Schaub was killed while on duty when his motorcycle lost control and crashed into an oncoming vehicle.
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