Motorcyclist Dies after St. Pete Crash
The other driver did not see her, St. Petersburg police said.
ST. PETERSBURG – A motorcycle driver died Thursday (June 8) of injuries she received in a traffic crash, St. Petersburg police said.
Kassidy M. Titara, 25, of St. Petersburg, died at Bayfront Health St. Petersburg where she was taken after the crash. Celina Soroa, 52, also of St. Petersburg, was not injured.
The crash happened about 6:15 p.m. at Sixth Avenue S and 28th Street. Police said a 2012 Ford Focus driven by Soroa was traveling northbound in the 600 block of 28th Street S in the median
lane. A 2007 Suzuki motorcycle driven by Ms. Titara was traveling south on 28th Street S approaching Sixth Avenue. Soroa, who did not see Titara, made a left turn into the motorcycle’s path causing the motorcycle to strike the passenger side of the Ford. Ms. Titara was thrown from the motorcycle onto the roadway.
For information about the St. Petersburg police, go to police.stpete.org.
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