Port Orange, FL (September 4, 2021) - A Port Orange motorcyclist died in a crash that took place on Saturday, September 4th. The collision happened at the intersection of Clyde Morris Boulevard and Herbert Street.
According to police, a motorcycle and a car were involved in the collision. The motorcyclist sustained critical injuries and was rushed to Halifax Hospital in Daytona where he was pronounced dead. There were no other injuries reported. Police have not provided any details on the cause of the crash. The deceased victim was not identified.
An investigation is ongoing at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Traffic Homicide Unit at the Port Orange Police Department.
Motorcycle accidents in Port Orange can result in catastrophic injuries and can leave families devastated following the loss of a loved one. In 2019, there were more than 500 reported fatalities due to Florida motorcycle accidents. While many Floridians enjoy riding motorcycles, the dangers cannot be understated. Although motorcycles make up only about 3% of all registered vehicles in our state, they also account for nearly 20% of all reported deaths on our roadways.
Our condolences go out to the victim's family in the aftermath of this fatal motorcycle crash in Port Orange.
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