A deputy on a motorcycle in St. Augustine recently suffered serious injuries after he was involved in an accident while on his way to respond to a crash, an article of The St. Augustine Record reported on September 8.
Reports said 30-year-old Deputy Thomas Bickhart was ejected from the motorcycle he was operating after he was struck by a vehicle on September 7. The collision occurred after another vehicle came into the motorcycle’s lane. Bickhart was responding to an accident on St. Francis Road when the accident happened. Though Bickhart fell to the grass, he was still listed in serious condition when he was transported to the hospital. The driver who caused the collision, identified as 43-year-old Thomas Emick, was given a citation after authorities learned that he failed to notice Bickhart while making a U-turn.
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At least two people suffered injuries in Palm Beach County after the motorcycle they were driving was struck by a vehicle, an October 7 article from WPTV 5 reported.
According to the Palm Beach County Fire Rescue, at 9:50 p.m. on October 6, they were notified of a vehicular accident that happened at Broadway Street and South Military Trail. When authorities arrived at the scene, they found two motorcyclists had fallen from the vehicle they were riding. Authorities believed that the two persons, whose names were withheld, were struck by a vehicle. One of the riders was airlifted to a hospital while a rescue vehicle was used to bring the other person to the hospital. Further details of the accident were not released by authorities.
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