DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A Pompano Beach man riding the wrong way on Atlantic Avenue near SR7/441., according to police, died when he smashed into the center raised median.
Reymon Valazquez, 40 — just days from his birthday — “was heading westbound on Atlantic Avenue east of State Road 7. Per a witness, Valzequez attempted to pass him and drove into the oncoming lanes. Valazquez continued westbound in the eastbound lanes until he struck the center raised median. Upon striking the median, Valazquez was ejected from his motorcycle and came to rest within the eastbound lanes. He was transported to Delray Medical Center where he was later pronounced deceased.”
Vealzquez was driving a 2010 Kawasaki Motorcycle. He lived in the 900 block of SE 22nd Avenue in Pompano Beach.
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