Man Tragically Dies in a Motorcycle Accident in Panama City Beach, Florida
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLORIA - A news report posted on mypanhandle.com states that Panama City Beach Police answered the call to a serious motorcycle accident in Panama City Beach, Florida.*
The motorcycle accident occurred on Clarence Street by the Pelican Pointe Apartments at approximately 5:00 PM last Saturday. Panama City Beach Police reported that a 39-year-old man was operating a white Kawasaki motorcycle and was heading northbound on Clarence Street. The motorcyclist was struck by a white Hyundai Elantra that was attempting to turn left into the Pelican Pointe Apartments.
The motorcyclist tragically passed away due to his accident-related injuries. The motorcycle accident is under investigation by the Panama City Beach Police Department's Traffic Homicide Unit. No criminal charges were filed at this time.
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