Kissimmee, FL - Motorcyclist Killed in Crash with Car on John Young Pkwy.
Kissimmee, FL (March 29, 2023) - Police in Kissimmee were called to the scene of a deadly crash involving a motorcycle and a car. The accident occurred on Wednesday, March 29th, in the northbound lanes of the John Young Parkway.
According to officials, the crash took place in the southbound lanes of the road. The immediate cause of the accident is not known. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the crash scene. There were no reports of any additional injuries. Three lanes of the roadway were shut down while an investigation took place. The identity of the motorcyclist was not released.
The Florida Highway Patrol is looking into the crash. There is no further information available.
Motorcycle riding is a popular activity in Florida. Due to a temperate climate, it is common to see riders on our roadways year-round. A motorcycle collision is likely to result in serious injuries, as more than 80% of all Florida motorcycle crashes will result in the rider getting hurt. A substantial number of Florida motorcycle accidents will happen because of the negligence of other motorists.
We would like to offer our condolences to the victim's family in the aftermath of this deadly Kissimmee motorcycle accident.
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