Matthew Girard Killed In Skyline Boulevard Accident In Cape Coral

Report says a deadly crash involving a motorcycle and a minivan, near the intersection of SW 37th Street, shut down Skyline Boulevard.

It was reported that 48-year-old Matthew Girard was riding his motorcycle north on Skyline Boulevard. He was about to turn left onto Southwest 37th Street when the accident happened. Sarah Ann Conley was driving a minivan south on Skyline Boulevard with two other people in the car. The two occupants are reportedly identified as Allie Conley and a minor.

From the report, when Conley passed through the intersection, Girard made a sudden left turn across the path of the minivan. This resulted to the two to colliding.

It was reported that Girard was ejected 30 feet from his motorcycle and died on-scene. Conley and the others in the minivan were not injured.

The woman who accidentally hit Girard said over the phone, that she is horrified by the crash and grieves for his family.

Skyline Boulevard was shut down during the investigation.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash.  “Unfortunately motorcycle accidents are often more deadly than automobile crashes.  After an accident, victims and/or their families may not know where to turn. Although nothing can undo a terrible tragedy like this, an experienced accident attorney can help you fight to get the compensation you deserve.”

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