Injured Motorcycle Crash Victim in Hospital Points Out Suspect Who Intentionally Hit Him

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ABOVE VIDEO:  A motorcyclist receiving treatment at the hospital for injuries from a road-rage incident recognized the person who intentionally hit him who was also at the hospital for an unrelated reason, according to officials with the Melbourne Police Department. (WKMG video)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – A motorcyclist receiving treatment at the hospital for injuries from a road-rage incident recognized the person who intentionally hit him who was also at the hospital for an unrelated reason, according to officials with the Melbourne Police Department.

The victim told police he was on his motorcycle on Friday at 4:14 a.m. at Brevard Drive and South Babcock Street when the driver of a Brown Kia four-door vehicle, later identified as Alandra Ramirez, 21, started arguing with him.

The road-rage incident continued throughout the city of Melbourne, according to the arrest report.

At 14 South Babcock Street, Ramirez sped up and intentionally hit the rear of the victim’s motorcycle. The Kia hit the bike hard enough that the bumper was lodged in the rear tire of the motorcycle, police said.

The victim said Ramirez fled the scene.

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