A Florida motorcyclist was killed Wednesday night time when he popped a wheelie on a public street and was struck by a automobile that apparently couldn’t see him as a result of his headlight was pointed within the air.
Florida Freeway Patrol troopers advised the Tampa Bay Occasions that the rider, Tristan Velez, 36, was heading northbound on Florida Avenue in Tampa when a Chevy Cobalt touring in the wrong way pulled out of a left flip lane and into his path.
Bikes are required to have their headlights on always to make them extra conspicuous, even throughout the day.
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Velez was thrown off his bike and into the automobile and died from his accidents at a hospital. The driving force suffered minor accidents within the crash.
No prison expenses are anticipated to be filed, in accordance with the Tampa Bay Reporter.