UPS Truck Crash on 54th Ave. in Kenneth City, Florida, Tragically Kills Motorcyclist
KENNETH CITY, FL. – According to a news report posted online at wfla.com, a UPS truck crash that occurred on 54th Avenue in Kenneth City, Florida, tragically caused the death of a motorcyclist. The Kenneth City Police Department and Florida Highway Patrol have opened an investigation to determine what led to the collision.*
The accident happened outside of Kenneth City Town Hall, near 58th Street North. Police officers and WFLA report that a motorcycle of unknown make and model somehow collided with a UPS truck in the area. The nature and circumstances of the collision were not included in the news report, as officers did not immediately release detailed information about the accident.
WFLA reports that the motorcyclist was tragically killed in the accident. The report did not list any identifying information about this person or say whether he or she was riding on the bike alone.
The driver of the UPS truck was also not identified, and the report did not say whether he or she was injured in the wreck. It is not clear where the driver was headed when the accident happened. No statement from UPS was included in the report.
Following the crash, officials closed down 54th Avenue headed west, and the area was expected to be blocked for about an hour. The Kenneth City Police Department indicated that Florida Highway Patrol would be taking the lead on the investigation. Troopers had not released further information at the time the WFLA report was posted online, and it was not clear whether anyone would be charged in the case.
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