Seminole, FL (November 10, 2018) - A bicyclist and motorcyclist were both critically injured when they collided with one another on Wednesday, November 7th in Seminole.
Police say that the crash occurred around 7:30 pm at the intersection of 102nd Street N and 97th Street N. According to authorities, 25 year old Anibal V. De Los Santos was traveling westbound on 102nd Street in a 2009 Honda motorcycle. De Los Santos was traveling at a high rate of speed when he struck a bicyclist by the name of Edward Austin Jablon. Jablon was also riding westbound on 102nd Street.
Both men were ejected and thrown into the roadway. Both suffered critical, life-threatening injuries and were transported to Bayfront Health St. Petersburg. There is no current word on their condition.
No further information is available at this time.
Each year, over 250,000 people will suffer injuries in Florida vehicle accidents. While accidents involving a motorcycle and bicycle at the same time are relatively uncommon, they do still occur. Anyone traveling on the streets and highways of Florida must always use proper care and caution while traveling. Negligence can happen at any time and anywhere. A single negligent act can have life-changing consequences in a matter of seconds.
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