Northwest 29th Street Crash: Motorcyclist Killed

Report says a 22-year-old man died when he crashed his motorcycle into the rear of a stopped school bus on Northwest 29th Street.

According to Florida Highway Patrol, he slammed his motorcycle into a school bus that was dropping off students. FHP reported Pedro was traveling west on Northwest 29th Street on a 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle when he struck the left rear of a school bus.

Report says the bus was stopped facing west on Northwest 29th Street unloading student passengers with its lights activated. The rider was knocked from the motorcycle which then ran west and struck a pickup. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

None of the 20 to 25 student passengers on school bus at the time of the crash, nor the driver, were injured. The driver and a passenger in the third vehicle were not injured as well.

Police is investigating the actual cause of the crash.

Comment from Anidjar and Levine:

Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash.  “Motorcycle accidents can result in severe injuries and sometimes, like in this case, even death. This fatal accident happened on Northwest 29th Street. After an accident, families often have many questions about what next steps to undertake.  Although nothing can undo the pain and suffering that everyone involved must endure, an experienced car accident attorney will help get you through this difficult time.”

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