Broward County, FL (December 5, 2018) - A motorcyclist died in a crash with a tractor-trailer in Broward on Tuesday, December 4th.
53-year-old Ben Ronald Brown of Deerfield Beach was riding a Kawasaki Ninja H2 when he collided with the back of a tractor-trailer on US 27. The tractor-trailer had pulled over onto the side of the road when the crash occurred. The accident took place around 10:15 pm. Ben was pronounced dead at the accident scene. The truck driver, 46-year-old Adrian S. Jones, was not hurt in the collision. Jones pulled his truck to the side of the road due to mechanical trouble.
The crash remains under investigation at this time.
Approximately 14% of all traffic-related fatalities involve motorcycles. When you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, you could be facing serious, life-altering impacts including severe and debilitating injuries which can impact your ability to work as well as your quality of life. Motorcycle accidents are caused in a number of ways, including aggressive driving, drunk driving, distracted driving, drowsy driving and more.
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