Motorcyclist Thrown Off After Rear-Ending a Car on A1A In Fort Lauderdale Police reported that a motorcyclist sustained injuries after rear-ending a car on Florida A1A in Fort Lauderdale.

Police reported that a motorcyclist sustained injuries after rear-ending a car on A1A in Fort Lauderdale.

A police report confirmed an accident involving a motorcycle and a Scion car on Florida A1A. The driver of the Scion was traveling in the northbound lane heading toward an intersection at the time of the crash.

Witnesses said the motorcycle rider was exceeding the speed limit when it suddenly rear-ended the Scion. He was thrown off the motorcycle due to the impact of the crash. He laid on the sidewalk with serious injuries. Police said that when emergency crews arrived, they found him unconscious.

EMS immediately transported him to the nearest hospital for medical attention.

The Scion’s driver did not suffer injuries, however, the rear end of the car suffered slight damage from the collision.

Police have not released the identities of the parties involved and the incident is still being investigated.


Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash.  “Accidents that involved motorcyclists are always disconcerting and unfortunate. This was a serious accident that led to a motorcyclist sustaining injuries. We wish those involved a quick recovery. We advise drivers to drive with caution and to be aware of motorcycles that share the road.”

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