Fatal Accident In Boca Raton Leaves Motorcyclist Dead

Boca Business News

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — An accident on State Road 441 near South Central Park Blvd — near West Boca Medical Center — has left a 21 year old Boca Raton resident dead.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office says Billy T. Nguyen — who was thrown from his 2007 Kawasaki motorcycle —  died on the scene.
According to police:  Anthony Gaeta who is 73 and lives in Boca Raton was driving a 2010 Mazda CX7 in the center left turn lane at the intersection of State Road 7 and S. Central Park Blvd, attempting to make a U-turn and travel north bound on State Road 7.
Nguyen was travelling north bound on State Road 7 within the center lane. As Nguyen entered the intersection of S. Central Park Blvd, Gaeta turned into the center north bound lane where it was struck by Nguyen.
During the collision Nguyen was ejected from his motorcycle and landed on the east shoulder. Gaeta’s vehicle came to rest within the center lane of State Road 7 where it was immediately struck from behind by another car. As Gaeta’s car and a third car came to rest within the center lane of State Road 7, the third car was then struck from behind by a fourth car.
The three cars all came to final rest within the center lane of State Road 7.
No charges have been filed at this time.

 

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