Clearwater, FL (September 16, 2018) - A motorcyclist was fatally injured following a crash on the Courtney Campbell Causeway that occurred on Friday, September 14th. According to police, Nathaniel Varnadore of Largo was traveling on the Causeway around 4:00 am when he crashed into the back of a car. The impact of the collision left the motorcycle mangled and scattered debris across the roadway.
EMS transported Varndaore to Mease Countryside Hospital where he was pronounced dead from injuries sustained in the collision. The Honda Driver is identified as 59 year old Anthony Tucker of Dunedin. There is no word on whether Tucker was hurt in the collision. The roadway remained closed for several hours as Clearwater police investigated at the scene.
There are no further details available.
We are saddened to hear of this tragic motorcycle crash in Clearwater. Motorcycle accidents can be swift, severe and even deadly in many cases. Although motorcycles account for less than 1% of all registered vehicles they are involved in approximately 25% of all fatal crashes. This number is certainly very sobering.
When you are hurt in a motorcycle crash your life may drastically change in an instant. Serious injuries and high medical bills can make your future seem uncertain. At Rubenstein Law, we want to help you pick up the pieces. If you have been injured in a motorcycle or moped accident that was not your fault, we will fight for you. For a free consultation, give us a call at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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