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Motorcyclist dies in Port Richey crash

PORT RICHEY — A motorcyclist died Saturday night after losing control on a curve.

The crash happened about 8:20 p.m. on La Madera Boulevard, south of James Joseph Way.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Dakota Nicholas Williams, 27, of New Port Richey was traveling north on La Madera from Ponderosa Avenue when his 2008 Yamaha overturned.

Williams was thrown from the bike as it skidded east and came to final rest on the grassy shoulder, authorities said. Williams, who was wearing a helmet, died at the scene.

The investigation continues.

Motorcyclist dies in Port Richey crash 03/24/13 [Last modified: Sunday, March 24, 2013 12:26pm]
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