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Two Motorcycle Accidents in Broward Leave Two Men Dead

By: Lisa Vari, the Biker Chick Lawyer

On Sunday morning two unrelated South Florida motorcycle accidents resulted in tragedies. John Wayne Neil Rowe, 24, and an unidentified man both died as a result of two separate collisions with concrete structures along the road in Broward County.

Just before 6 a.m. on Sunday morning, an unidentified motorcyclist hit a concrete utility pole on Copans Road in Pompano Beach. The impact sparked a fire that engulfed the motorcycle and driver, who died at the scene. Witnesses told the Broward Sherriff's Office that the motorcyclist was driving at a high speed before the crash.

That same morning, Rowe, a Miramar man, hit a concrete wall along the west ramp from Interstate 595 to Florida's Turnpike. As a result of the collision he was thrown from his bike. He was launched over the wall and plunged about 30 feet to the grass shoulder of the westbound lanes of I-595. Rowe was taken to Broward Health North, where he was pronounced dead.

Tragedies such as these remind all motorcyclist to ride safe. Always obey the speed limits and never drink and ride. Our thoughts are with the families of both riders.

If you or anyone you know has been involved in a motorcycle accident, contact me, Lisa, the Biker Chick Lawyer. My team of lawyers in Florida and Pennsylvania fight for the rights of my fellow riders. To get in touch with me, call 1-844-245-3724 or email me at [email protected].

Source: The Miami Herald

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