Accident in Inverness critically injures motorcyclist | Crime
Inverness, FL -- An Inverness man was critically injured after being hit on his motorcycle while traveling east on State Road 44 on Monday, May 30.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, around 12:09 p.m., 77-year-old Ronald Hannon, of Inverness, was heading east on SR 44 in the left turn lane attempting to turn onto Croft Avenue.
Hannon turned left and into the path of 47-year-old Melvin Lowe's 2009 Honda motorcycle. Lowe's motorcycle hit the right rear of Hannon's 2005 Chevy sedan.
Lowe was not wearing his helmet at the time of the crash and was ejected from the motorcycle. He was flown to Tampa General Hospital where he is critical condition.
Hannon did not suffer any injuries and was charged with Violation of Right-of-Way.
The incident is still under investigation.