Boynton Beach motorcycle crash kills Martin County firefighter

Suzuki motorcycle rider crashes with Palm Beach County driver on Old Boynton Road. Injury news by West Palm Beach motorcycle injury lawyers

West Palm Beach, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–As reported by the Palm Beach Post, a Martin County firefighter-paramedic, who was involved in a motorcycle versus car accident early Sunday morning died from his injuries. James Reeder a 42 year-old Martin County paramedic in Stuart was riding his Suzuki motorcycle on Old Boynton Road early Sunday morning when the collision occurred.

According to Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputies, Jeffrey Havens, a Margate driver, was attempting to turn right onto Military Trail from Old Boynton Road when the motorcycled crash happened. Reeder who was wearing a motorcycle helmet was transported by emergency medical personnel to Delray Medical Center in Delray Beach where he died from his injuries. Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputies investigating the motorcycle fatality crash request anyone with information about the accident to contact (561) 688-3688.

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