Boca Raton Motorcycle Crash Leaves Man Dead

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — 29-year-old Daniel Wilson of Lake Worth with killed late Friday afternoon when he was pushed from his motorcycle by a tractor trailer on Congress Avenue, north of Yamato Road, in Boca Raton.

According to Police:

A 2004 Sterling tractor with a boxed trailer was stopped for traffic in the southbound lanes of
Congress Avenue when a 2008 Zhejiang motorcycle approached the right side of the truck and
stopped at its front right corner. As traffic began to move forward, the front of the Sterling
tractor collided with the motorcycle pushing it forward and the ejecting the driver. The
motorcyclist was then run over by the tractor’s right tires.

The motorcycle driver was the only rider on the motorcycle. The motorcyclist was transported to
Delray Medical Center where he died shortly after arrival. If anyone has information regarding
the crash, please contact Traffic Homicide Investigator Chris Somers at (561) 620-6141.

2004 Sterling tractor trailer

Driver:

Edouard Jean-Pierre
39 years old

North Lauderdale, FL
Injury: None

2008 Zhejian motorcycle

Driver:

Daniel Wilson
29 years old

Lake Worth, FL
Injury: Fatal

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