Tampa, FL (August 30, 2020) - The Tampa Police Department responded to the scene of a serious accident on Saturday evening. The crash took place at the intersection of N. Nebraska Avenue and East 93rd Avenue.
According to reports, there were two cars and a motorcycle involved in the collision which took place in the northbound lanes of Nebraska. Rescue workers arrived at the scene and treated at least one person for serious injuries sustained in the crash. There is no information on the cause of the accident at this time or the identity of those involved. The northbound lanes of Nebraska were closed while officials remained at the scene. Drivers were asked to find alternate routes for their travel.
An investigation into the crash remains ongoing at this time and there is no further information available.
Motorcycle accidents in Florida can change your life in an instant. While many people enjoy the thrill of a motorcycle ride, the risks are also great. Those who are involved in a Florida motorcycle accident have about an 80% chance of suffering some type of injury in the accident. Motorcycle riders are very vulnerable even if they wear the required safety equipment. Many negligent drivers are responsible for causing these crashes as they fail to see the motorcyclist until it is too late.
We offer our thoughts to the injured victims of this traffic accident in Tampa.
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