Police Identify 21-Year-Old Motorcyclist Killed in Bradenton Accident
BRADENTON, FLORIDA – According to an online news article published by www.bradenton.com, a 21-year-old motorcyclist was killed in an accident on Manatee Avenue West.*
A 21-year-old woman riding her motorcycle collided head-on with another vehicle on Manatee Avenue West in Bradenton. The motorcyclist was a Bradenton resident, but originally from Chicago, Illinois. Photographs of the accident reveal that the woman’s motorcycle was pinned underneath the other vehicle involved in the accident.
Law enforcement officials have not yet concluded a specific cause of the accident as an investigation is not yet complete. However, because additional details have not been released, such causes and contributing factors are only speculations.
Motorcycle Accidents Often Lead to Fatal Injuries
Motorcycles are extremely popular throughout Florida and provide not only a means of transportation but also enjoyment. However, motorcycles, unlike passenger vehicles and trucks, do not protect occupants from the substantial impact of a collision with another vehicle, especially when the collision is head-on. Therefore, any injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident have the potential to be fatal. Motorcyclists who survive serious accidents may be left with permanent and life-altering injuries.
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