Bradenton Man Killed In Motorcycle Accident On Sate Road 70

Florida Highway Patrol announced a motorcyclist was killed in an accident on State Road 70.

The crash took place as twenty six year old Richard Sconyers of Bradenton was riding a motorcycle without a helmet eastbound on State Road 70 approaching 22nd St. Ct. E.

At the same time sixty five year old Russell Omens also from Bradenton, was driving his Toyota Camry westbound on State Road 70 also approaching 22nd St. Ct. E.

Shortly before 6:00 a.m. Omens attempted to turn left onto 22nd St. Ct. E. and drove directly into the path of Sconyers oncoming motorcycle.

Sconyers was killed by the collision. FHP cited Omens for failing to yield to oncoming traffic.

Manatee County Motorcycle Accident Kills One

Florida Highway Patrol announced a fatal motorcycle accident Wednesday night in Manatee County.

The accident took place as twenty fiver year old Kristopher Tice from Palmetto was riding his motorcycle south on U.S. 41 heading toward the intersection with 28th Avenue West.

At the same time fifty eight year old Marvin Palacios of Bradenton was driving a Dodge Caravan on 28th Avenue West unaware of the oncoming motorcycle.

As Tice approached at high speed on his Suzuki motorcycle, Palacios attempted to turn onto U.S. 41 and drove directly into the path of the oncoming motorcyclist.

The motorcycle collided with the minivan at speed and Tice was killed in the crash.

Pedestrian Injured After Being Hit By Car On Beneva

Sarasota authorities reported a pedestrian accident with serious injuries on Beneva road.

The accident happened as sixty-five year old  Mary Tognareli of Sarasota began to walk onto the roadway of Beneva Road just south of Treeline Road.

At the same time a Nissan Altima being driven by a female teenager was traveling on Beneva road.

As Tongareli entered the road she was struck by the sedan and critically injured.

Tongareli was taken to Sarasota Memorial Hospital for emergency medical treatment.

Car Vs House Crash In Port Charlotte Injures One

Florida Highway Patrol reported a crash with injuries in Port Charlotte after a vehicle ran into a house.

The crash took place as fifty-six year old Port Charlotte resident Betty Legg was northbound on Harbor Blvd closing on Sheldon Ave.

For reasons yet to be determined, Legg swerved off the pavement and drove directly into a house.

Legg was critically injured in the crash and was flow by helicopter to Lee Memorial Trauma Center.

Authorities has stated they do not suspect alcohol as a factor and are looking for anyone who might have more information about the accident.

DUI Crash Kills Cyclist In Bradenton

Florida Highway Patrol reported a fatal crash involving a cyclist and a SUV Sunday evening.

The collision happened at roughly eight in the afternoon as sixty-seven year old Daniel Lord of Bradenton was cycling on Cortez Road, attempting to cross from the westbound lanes to the eastbound side of the road.

At the same time thirty year old Eric Brenner also of Bradenton was driving his Jeep Grand Cherokee eastward on Cortez Road approaching 102nd street.

As Brenner drove down Cortez, he failed to see Lord crossing the roadway on his bicycle and crashed into Lord, striking the cyclist on the right side with the front of his SUV.

Lord had not been wearing a helmet during the crash and died from his injuries at the scene.

Police have stated that alcohol was a factor in the crash and that Brenner will be charged with driving under the influence.

Head-On Collision On State Road 64 Injures One

Florida Highway Patrol Announced a crash with injuries on S.R.64.

The collision happened as forty-two year old Nickolay Nikolav of Sarasota drove a Volvo tractor-trailer westbound on State Road 64. At approximately 5:50 in the evening a 2013 Kia Forte driven by twenty one year old Punta Gord resident Bittany Yancy, gradually drove out of the eastbound lanes where the vehicle crashed head on with the heavy truck.

The resulting crash critically injured Yancy and she was transported to Blake Medical Center for treatment.

Troopers noted both drivers were wearing seat belts and that Yancy would be cited for failing to maintain lane.

Downtown Sarasota Roundabout Crash Kills Motorcyclist

 Police in Sarasota announced a fatal motorcycle accident downtown.

At roughly 1:45 in the morning 27 year old Alaska native motorcyclist Aleksandr was riding a motorcycle eastbound on Main Street and entered the roundabout at Main Street and Orange.

Witnesses stated that  Aleksandr may have been traveling too fast causing him to fail to negotiate the turn. Aleksandr collided with the roundabout and was thrown from his motorcycle. Aleksandr died as a result of his injuries.

Police are investigating if alcohol was a factor in the  crash.

Pedestrian Critically Injured After Bradenton Hit And Run

 Authorities reported a woman from Sarasota was struck by a vehicle Thursday night in a hit and run.

The crash took place at approximately ten thirty at night as forty two year old Jessica Bosse was attempting to cross15th Street not far from 59th. According to witnesses she was hit by a white van with a male driver and male passenger.

The driver of the van fled the scene after pausing in a nearby parking lot.

Bosse was critically injured in the crash and taken to Blake medical center for treatment.

Police are active looking for the hit and run drivers and have asked anyone with knowledge of the incident to call 1-239-938-1800.

Fatal St. Petersburg Motorcycle Crash Closes 16th Avenue N

St. Petersburg Police reported a fatal crash between a vehicle and a motorcyclist on 16th Street North.

The accident took place near the intersection of 16th Avenue North and 22nd Avenue North at roughly eleven O’Clock in the morning.

16th Avenue North was temporarily closed as Police investigated the accident and crews cleared the roadway.

The motorcyclist who died of injuries sustained in the crash has not yet been identified by authorities.

Homeless Cyclist Struck and Killed In North Port

North Port Police reported a fatal accident early morning on South Tamiami Trail at North Port Blvd.

The accident happened at roughly six in the morning as a man identified only as a homeless, forty-eight year old male was riding a bicycle south on Tamiami trail in the early morning darkness with no lights. The man was struck by a tractor-trailer driving down the south lanes.

The truck driver stopped phoned the authorities and attempted CPR on the injured cyclist. However the victim died from his injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.