Seminole SUV driver cuts off Pinellas County motorcycle rider causing death

Pinellas County Ford SUV driver turns in front of biker causing fatal crash.

Tampa Bay, FL (–A 51 year-old motorcycle rider was killed in Pinellas County on Monday night. According to reports by the Tampa Tribune, the driver of a Ford Bronco turned onto 113th Street in Seminole and drove into the path of the oncoming motorcyclist. The rider, Ernest Dale Best III attempted to stop but was unable to avoid the back of the SUV.

According to Pinellas County Sheriff’s deputies, the biker was not wearing a helmet and was thrown from his motorcycle and killed. Deputies have not charged the driver of the SUV and claim speed was not a factor in the fatal bike wreck. news for injured victims and Pinellas County motorcycle crash lawyers.

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