VIDEO: Florida Highway Patrol tweet photo of helmet worn by motorcyclist killed by lightning [PHOTO]
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The Florida Highway Patrol tweeted a photo of the helmet worn by a motorcyclist who was stuck by lightning and killed.
The man was traveling on Interstate 95 on Sunday in Volusia County when authorities say a bolt of lightning struck, causing him to veer off the road and die. Just hours later, Florida Highway Patrol distributed a photo of the man’s shredded and burnt helmet on social media.
The article goes on to state the following:
“This is what’s left of a 45 year old man’s helmet after he was struck by lightning, while riding his motorcycle southbound, on I-95 in Volusia County this afternoon. Unfortunately he did not survive the crash,” the law enforcement agency tweeted.
This is what’s left of a 45 year old man’s helmet after he was struck by lightning, while riding his motorcycle southbound, on I-95 in Volusia County this afternoon. Unfortunately he did not survive the crash. pic.twitter.com/uFklUPY8r1
— FHP Orlando (@FHPOrlando) June 9, 2019
A 45-year-old motorcyclist died after he was struck by lightning and crashed on I-95 in Florida, authorities say. https://t.co/5W8K564Y4U
— ABC News (@ABC) June 11, 2019
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