Category: motorcycle accident

Charges are pending in a wreck that happened just before midnight on County Road 95A

The driver of a 1995 GMC SUV told Florida Highway Patrol investigators that she was traveling south when she turned in front of a motorcycle heading northbound. Tammy Marie Bellamy, a 22-year-old Moss Point, Miss. woman, told the trooper that she did not see the motorcycle. The motorcycle’s driver, 55-year-old Anthony Nalbone of Pensacola, was

A man was killed Monday when the motorcycle he was operating hit a speed bump

Ronn Terrell Deese, 38, of 429 Fairley St. in Laurinburg, was traveling north at 90 mph when the crash happened at 1:29 a.m., said 1st Sgt. Freddy Johnson. Deese was in the middle of the road when his 2003 Harley-Davidson hit the slightly raised bump in a pedestrian crosswalk beside UNCP and then crashed into

Congressional hearing set for Thursday to get information on the law that bans the sale of dirtbikes and ATVs for kids

Federal lawmakers have scheduled a hearing for Thursday, Sept. 10, to receive an update on the status of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA) that essentially banned the sale of kids’ dirtbikes and ATVs, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports. The AMA is urging all concerned motorcyclists and ATVers to contact their

A motorcycle collided with a truck this morning along Indiantown Road

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, which is investigating the accident, the driver of a GMC Sierra had just left a gas station and turned onto Indiantown Road. The motorcycle, which was also traveling along that road in the eastbound direction, could not stop in time to avoid hitting the truck. FHP identified the motorcyclist

Poker Run Bikers to travel Florida Keys’ Overseas Highway for charity

Motorcyclists from throughout the United States are to travel one of America’s most scenic highways to raise money for charity during the 37th annual Key West Poker Run, set for Thursday through Sunday, Sept. 17-20. Riders on up to 10,000 bikes are expected to traverse the Overseas Highway (U.S. Highway 1), the 113-mile roadway from