ORLANDO, FL – A man died in Orlando Tuesday afternoon after driving his motorcycle into the back of a parked car on a busy street, reports Click Orlando.
The incident happened around 5:40 p.m. near the intersection of Sailfish Street and Kingfish Street, which is just south of Hoffner Avenue and east of South Conway Road.
The investigation indicates that a 69-year-old motorcyclist from Kissimmee collided with the back side of a Honda CR-V that was parked along the shoulder of Sailfish.
The force of the collision threw the man from his motorcycle. He died after transport to a local hospital.
An investigation is underway.
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