UPDATE: Palm Bay Man Killed In Wednesday Night’s Motorcycle Crash On Micco Road Identified

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50-year-old Jorge Rivera pronounced dead at the scene

Florida Highway Patrol Troopers have reported a fatal crash in Brevard County that occurred at 10:25 p.m. Wednesday night.

**UPDATE** BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA  Florida High Patrol has identified the man killed in Wednesday night’s deadly motorcycle crash as 50-year-old Jorge Rivera of Palm Bay.

According to the Sgt. Kim Montes of the Florida Highway Patrol, a 2004 Ford SUV was traveling westbound on Micco Rd. when the vehicle made a left turn to head south on Brown Rd., it turned in front of the eastbound path of the 2014 Harley Davidson, driven by Rivera.

The impact ejected Rivera off his bike where he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Subsequently, the driver, 66-year-old woman Treasure Deal of Barefoot Bay, was arrested for DUI Manslaughter.

The passenger is identified as 56-year-old man, Barney Lynch of Barefoot Bay. Lynch was arrested for a warrant he had out of Wisconsin.

The driver and passenger did not suffer any injuries.

Florida Highway Patrol is still investigating incident.

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Original Story

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Florida Highway Patrol Troopers have reported a fatal crash in Brevard County that occurred at 10:25 p.m. Wednesday night.

According to Sgt. Kim Montes, Florida Highway Patrol Public Affairs Officer, the crash occurred on Micco Road near Brown Road, and was reported to the Florida Highway Patrol as a vehicle vs. motorcycle crash.

The motorcyclist, who has not yet been identified, was pronounced dead on the scene, according to Sgt. Montes.

FHP said that there is unknown road blockage in the area.

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