Delray Beach, FL (November 21, 2018) -A motorcyclist from Lake Worth died in a crash that took place in Delray Beach on Tuesday, November 20th.
Delray Beach Police say that Edward Joseph Delaura, 27, was riding a Yamaha sports motorcycle in the southbound lane of North Federal Highway around 7:15 am. Delaura crashed into a pickup truck that was also in the southbound lane. The truck had slowed to make a U-Turn when Delaura collided with the rear-end of the vehicle.
Police are still investigating the crash. Relatives reported that Delaura had left to go to work in another vehicle and there are questions regarding how he acquired the motorcycle.
Anyone with information on the crash is asked to call Matt Saraceni, with the Delray Beach Police, at 561-243-2936.
Our condolences go out to the family of Edward Joseph Delaura in this tragic Delray Beach motorcycle accident. Unfortunately, deaths from motorcycle crashes are common across our state. Over 14% of all traffic fatalities take place in motorcycles. This is despite the fact that just 3% of all registered vehicles are motorcycles.
When you or a loved one have been injured in a motorcycle crash, a Florida motorcycle accident attorney can help. At Rubenstein Law, our attorneys have assisted those injured in motorcycle accidents since 1988. We have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our clients.
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