Harley-Davidson Riding Motorcyclist Injured In Crash With SUV In Fort Lauderdale

Authorities reported a motorcyclist was injured after being involved in a crash with a Sport Utility Vehicle in Fort Lauderdale.

According to the news release by Officials, the crash happened on Northeast 27th Avenue and Eight Place. The motorcycle was heading north on a Harley Davidson bike when he was hit by a Ford Explorer driven by a man in his thirties.

The cyclist sustained life threatening injuries and was transported to the nearest hospital. The man who hit the motorcyclist was not injured and remained at the scene of the crash and fully cooperated with the officials.

Police said the crash remains under active investigation. The area was sealed for several hours while investigators conducted an investigation. Details of the victims involved in the crash have not been released by the officials.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This is a very unfortunate accident. We know from experience that accidents like this one can cause life-altering consequences. Serious injuries can affect the lives of all parties involved and their families who feel the effects even when they are not directly involved. The pain and suffering that comes with these incidents can become a major burden on day to day life. Please do not wait until it’s too late to seek help for your injuries. We wish the injured person on the motorcycle a speedy recovery from his injuries.”

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