Hudson, FL (June 1, 2019) - A 22-year-old motorcyclist is dead following a crash that occurred on US-19. The crash was reported on Thursday, May 30th around 9:30 p.m.
According to reports, Adam Samur was riding a 2006 Kawasaki motorcycle in the southbound inside lane of US-19, near the intersection with State Road 52. As Samur approached the intersection, a 2018 Kia Rio, driven by 44-year-old Trevor Eichelberger, pulled in front of Samur's bike. The bike collided with the left front of the Kia, causing Samur to be ejected and land onto a third vehicle, a 2018 Toyota Highlander.
Samur was pronounced dead at the scene. He was wearing a helmet when the accident took place. No further details were released.
Our deepest condolences are extended to the family of Adam Samur following this tragic motorcycle accident.
Motorcycles account for a large proportion of all fatal traffic accidents reported in Florida. Given the relative lack of protection offered by motorcycles, it is highly likely that a motorcycle crash could result in devastating and debilitating injuries for those involved.
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