Port St. Lucie, FL (May 29, 2019) - Two people died following a collision involving a motorcycle and a car on Tuesday, May 28th. The crash took place on SW Rosser Boulevard.
Initial reports indicate that a motorcycle was traveling southbound on SW Rosser and a car was traveling northbound on the same street. The car was attempting to make a left turn into a parking lot when it was struck by the oncoming motorcycle in a T-bone fashion. The car and motorcycle both suffered heavy damage, and both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene. They have not been identified at this time.
A local traffic homicide unit is investigating the crash. No additional details are available.
Fatal crashes take place about eight times per day in our state. The heartbreak that follows a fatal accident can be unbearable for friends and family members who must live with the pain of knowing that they will never see their loved one again. This can cause tremendous emotional stress in addition to the financial issues that can arise when a supporting family member dies suddenly in a tragic accident. Our thoughts go out to those affected by this crash in Port St. Lucie.
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