Steven Joiner Death – The Florida Highway Patrol is conducting an investigation after a motorcyclist was killed early Saturday morning in Orlando when he collided with a pole while riding his bike. According to the state police, the collision took place on Lancaster Road close to Lake Ellenor Drive at approximately 2:37 a.m. on Saturday.
29-year-old Steven Joiner from Orlando was riding the motorbike did not stop at a stop sign, kept traveling into a business parking lot located on the west side of Lake Ellenor Drive, and then smashed into a concrete pole. During the collision, he was ejected off the motorcycle. Joiner, the motorcyclist was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center, where he was pronounced deceased after being treated for his injuries. The accident did not involve anyone else and no one else was hurt.
Steven Joiner GoFundMe
A GoFundMe page has been created by Karen Benner to help and assist the family of Steven Joiner with the funerals and memorials costs. According to the page, Steven did not have life insurance and he leaves behind a wife and 1 year old son.
Steven Joiner Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Motorcyclist died in two-vehicle crash
Before two in the morning on Sunday, a motorcycle rider lost his life after being struck by an SUV. According to the information provided by Click Orlando, the crash took place at the intersection of South Orange Blossom Trail and West Michigan Street. A driver of an SUV had the intention of turning left when they drove into the path of a motorcyclist and collided with the right side of the motorcycle.
The man who was driving the SUV, who was 38 years old, walked away unscathed from the collision. The motorcyclist, a man in his 34th year, succumbed to his injuries at the scene of the accident and was pronounced dead.
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