Titusville, FL (May 31, 2021) - Police in Titusville responded to the scene of a deadly motorcycle crash on Sunday, May 30th. The accident happened on North Washington Avenue near the entrance to the Parrish Medical Center.
According to a report, a male and female motorcyclist were on the same bike when a BMW tried to make a left turn into Parrish. As the car turned, the motorcycle collided with the driver's side of the vehicle before overturning. The male motorcyclist died at the crash scene while the female was taken to a nearby hospital where she later succumbed to her injuries. The BMW driver suffered minor injuries and was also treated. No one involved in the accident was identified.
There is no word on whether any charges will be filed. An investigation remains ongoing at this time.
Motorcycle accidents in Florida cause a large number of deaths and serious injuries every year. While many people enjoy riding motorcycles, their dangers cannot be understated. According to statistics, approximately 80% of all Florida motorcycle accidents will result in injuries to the rider involved and motorcycles account for about 20% of all traffic-related fatalities on Florida's roadways. Motorcyclists should always remember to use all appropriate care and caution in order to lower their risk of being involved in a potentially deadly crash.
We offer our condolences to the families affected by this tragic motorcycle crash in Titusville.
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