James Demler killed when he loses control of motorcycle.
The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating an accident that happened in Osceola County early Saturday.
Troopers said the motorcycle rider, 42-year-old James Demler, was south on Florence Drive near Emerald Drive around 2 a.m. Saturday.
Troopers said he crashed as he tried to turn right on to Emerald Drive, causing him to lay down his bike in the road.
Troopers said Demler was thrown from his bike and declared dead at the scene.
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The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating an accident that killed a Tavares man on Saturday.
Troopers said 66-year-old Earl Dudley was riding his bike south on Highway 19 when he approached Dead River Road.
Troopers said Dudley started to cross the road into the path of 42-year-old Alan Gagne who was driving a Ford F250 truck.
Metro police are investigating a deadly motorcycle crash that happened early Saturday morning near Oakey and Martin Luther King Boulevard.
Police stated that Trenton Gleaton 21, was driving a 2014 Kawasaki sport motorcycle, when he failed to stay in his lane while going eastbound on Oakey approaching MLK.
Police are investigating a crash that left one man dead and three others seriously injured Thursday night in Osceola.
Officials say the accident happened at approximately 7:22 p.m. on U.S. 192.
Rankin County Deputy Coroner Cliff Dunlap confirms that Olivia Rae Watkins was killed Tuesday (3-4-14) afternoon in Florence, Mississippi.
Rankin County Sheriff Bryan Bailey says that the 17 year old lost control of her car and hit a tree. The cause of death is listed as blunt force trauma. It was a single car accident. Watkins was driving a four door sedan.
The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a single vehicle accident with a fatality in Citrus County.
At about 2:15 p.m. Saturday, a 2000 Jeep Cherokee collided with a tree near the intersection of West Roosevelt Boulevard and North Chickasaw Way.
Police on Long Island say a motorcyclist was killed and his wife was seriously injured when his speeding motorcycle hit a guardrail.
The accident happened shortly after 1 a.m. Saturday in Holbrook.
A crash in Coeur d’Alene early Saturday killed a man from Rathdrum.
Joshua T. Means, 39, was driving southbound on Lambert Lane in Coeur d’Alene at 12:18 a.m., according to a news release. Means lost control on the slushy and icy road, driving off the roadway and colliding with a tree. He was not wearing a seat belt.
Means died as a result of his injuries.