Spring Hill, FL (December 17, 2020) - A motorcyclist was killed in a crash with an SUV on Thursday in Spring Hill. The accident happened on Spring Hill Drive near the intersection with Linden Drive.
According to a report from authorities, the motorcyclist was traveling westbound on Spring Hill when his bike was struck by an SUV traveling eastbound. The SUV was stopped and attempting to make a left turn into a Dominos Pizza parking lot when the crash took place. The motorcyclist was rushed to a nearby hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. The SUV driver has not been identified at this time. The crash caused significant delays for motorists near the scene.
There is no further information available at this time.
A Florida motorcycle accident can result in serious and catastrophic injuries for victims. More than 80% of all motorcycle crashes in Florida will cause injuries and many of the injuries will require hospital care and can even result in death. While motorcycles make up only about 3% of all registered motor vehicles in our state, they also account for more than 15% of all fatal traffic accidents. These statistics underscore just how dangerous riding a motorcycle can be.
We would like to offer our most sincere condolences to the victim's family following this tragic motorcycle accident in Spring Hill.
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