• November 24, 2021

Motorcyclist Killed in Big Rig Accident on I-95 in Flagler County, FL

Flagler County, FL -- November 23, 2021, one person was killed after an accident involving a motorcycle and a big rig along I-95.

Authorities responded to the are of mile marker 296 on I-95 north at around 11:00 p.m.

According to reports, a 27-year-old Ormond Beach man on a motorcycle was traveling along the interstate. Somehow, the motorcycle and a big rig traveling the same direction collided. This threw the motorcyclist into the roadway where multiple vehicles "may have" hit the motorcyclist.

Due to the accident, the motorcyclist succumbed to fatal injuries. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Motorcycle, Big Rig Accident on I-95 in Flagler County

Motorcycle Big Rig Accident I-95 Flagler County, FL

There isn't information about what exactly happened here, so the last thing I'd want to do is jump to conclusions. My concern, however, is some folks may let unfair bias steer their thoughts on the matter. A lot of people see a motorcyclist, and they just automatically assume the motorcyclist was being reckless. Is that possible? Sure, but it's important to let the evidence speak for itself. I've had cases where even the police were quick to jump to conclusions, and it took us conducting more thorough independent investigations to correct the record. So whether the big rig driver messed up, the motorcyclist, or there were some other external factors to consider, it's crucial to have experienced, unbiased professionals look into the details as soon as possible.

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