Clearwater, FL (June 7, 2019) - A motorcyclist was sent to the hospital with serious injuries following a crash with a vehicle on Thursday, June 6th. The incident took place at the intersection of South Fort Harrison Avenue and Turner Street.
Rescue crews responded to the scene and transported the injured motorcyclist to Bayfront Health St. Petersburg. His injuries were classified as serious and it is not known if they are life-threatening. No details were given on how the crash took place and there is no word on whether any other injuries were reported. Fort Harrison Avenue was shut down while the crash was investigated.
No additional information is available at this time.
Motorcycle injuries account for a large portion of Florida traffic accidents each year. Riding a motorcycle remains the most dangerous and deadly mode of transportation, in that there are more fatal crashes per capita on motorcycles than any other type of vehicle. This accident underscores the dangers faced by every motorcycle rider on our roadways, and we hope that the injured victim is able to make a complete recovery.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle crash, you can turn to the Florida motorcycle accident attorneys at Rubenstein Law for the help you need. Our team is here for you around the clock. To schedule your free consultation, please give us a call at any time, at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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