Man, 48, dies after crash with ejection in Port St. Lucie
PORT ST. LUCIE, FL – A 48-year-old man succumbed to fatal injuries after he was ejected from his motorcycle after crashing into a median Thursday.
Port St. Lucie Police responded to the scene — the SW Port St. Lucie Blvd and SW Glenview Court — at approximately 2:34 a.m. It is unclear what exactly caused the motorcyclist to lose control of his Harley Davidson Street Glide prior to crashing.
PSLPD Investigating Early Morning Fatal Motorcycle Crash
At 2:34am, Officers responded to SW Port St. Lucie Blvd and SW Glenview Ct for a single vehicle motorcycle crash. Preliminary investigation revealed a Harley Davidson Street Glide was traveling west on SW Port St. Lucie… pic.twitter.com/KZvNNwPigC
— Port St. Lucie PD (@PSLPolice) November 9, 2023
Upon arrival, officials took the unidentified Port St. Lucie resident was then sent to an area hospital, where he was later declared dead.
Police are investigating the exact details of this crash. They urge anyone who can provide more information about the circumstances of this collision to come forward and call authorities at the phone number listed in the initial source.
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