Collier County, FL (July 10, 2019) - A motorcyclist was killed in a crash with a car in Collier County on Tuesday, July 9th. The collision took place on Immokalee Road, near Lilac Road.
Police say that 62-year-old Jerry Joseph Bremser was riding his bike eastbound on Immokalee with a Mazda traveling directly behind him. Bremser slowed to make a right turn but the Mazda failed to slow down and slammed into the back of Bremser’s motorcycle. He was pronounced dead at the crash scene. The driver of the Mazda was not hurt.
The crash caused the closure of all eastbound lanes on Immokalee Road while the investigation was ongoing. There is no further information available at this time.
Our condolences go out to the family of Jerry Joseph Bremser during this difficult time.
Florida motorcycle accidents make up a significant portion of all fatal crashes reported across our state. Statistics indicate that about 18% of all motor vehicle fatalities involve motorcycles. In this case, it appears as though the Mazda driver may have been negligent by failing to stop and crashing into the motorcycle from behind.
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