Curry Ford Road Crash Turns Deadly for Motorcyclist
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Curry Ford Road Crash Turns Deadly for Motorcyclist

A fatal collision occurred in Orlando late Monday, resulting in the death of a motorcyclist, as reported by the Florida Highway Patrol.

Troopers were called to the scene at Curry Ford Road and Bumby Avenue following a three-vehicle crash just after 11 p.m.

Upon investigation, it was found that a Nissan Rogue driver was heading westbound on Curry Ford, while a motorcyclist was traveling in the opposite direction.

The collision happened when the SUV driver, attempting to make a turn onto Bumby Avenue, entered the path of the oncoming Harley Davidson.

Following the initial impact, the motorcycle then collided with a Ford van that was stationary at the northbound Bumby intersection.

The motorcyclist, a 33-year-old from Orlando, was swiftly transported to the nearby Orlando Regional Medical Center but tragically did not survive.

The SUV driver, a 51-year-old from Orlando, was also taken to ORMC, with injuries reported as non-life-threatening by the FHP.

Fortunately, the van’s driver and passenger emerged unharmed from the crash, according to troopers.

The incident is currently under investigation.

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