Tampa, FL (April 11, 2019) - A 58-year-old man has died from injuries he suffered in a motorcycle crash that took place on Wednesday, April 10th.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Lawrence Gordon Sehr was traveling eastbound on 62nd Avenue North on a 2005 Kawasaki motorcycle around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. At the same time, 65-year-old Anna Darlene Lovelss was driving a 2005 Hyundai westbound on 62nd. Lovelss turned into the path of Sehr at the intersection of 62nd and 25th Street North. Sehr suffered critical injuries from the collision and was taken to Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, where he later died. Lovelss was also seriously hurt in the crash.
Troopers are still investigating but say that charges are pending against Lovelss at this time.
Our thoughts and condolences are with the family of Lawrence Gordon Sehr following this tragic motorcycle crash. Motorcycles remain a very deadly mode of transportation and motorcycle crashes account for the largest percentage of traffic fatalities in our state. Those who ride motorcycles are always at risk of being killed or seriously injured in a Florida car accident.
If you or a loved one have been hurt in a motorcycle collision that was not your fault, you have important legal rights. At Rubenstein Law, our Florida motorcycle accident attorneys understand the severity of many motorcycle crashes. We will fight hard to obtain the compensation you need in order to help you get back on your feet.
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