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Motorcycle crash in Seminole kills 19-year-old Largo man

SEMINOLE — A Largo man was killed Wednesday night after his motorcycle slammed into a turning car.

Deven Lee Mccormick, 18, was driving south on Seminole Boulevard and had turned to go into the Seminole Center Plaza when he ran into Michael Evan Schneider, who was driving north.

Mccormick hit Schneider, 19, who was thrown from his motorcycle.

Schneider was taken to Largo Medical Center, where he died. Mccormick, of Seminole, and a passenger, 18-year-old Canada resident Abby Hunter, were taken to Bayfront Medical Center.

Mccormick's Chevrolet Cavalier had $8,000 worth of damage, and Schneider's Suzuki MC had $5,000 in damage.

The crash, which happened around 6:30 p.m., is still under investigation, and charges haven't been determined.

Motorcycle crash in Seminole kills 19-year-old Largo man 01/24/13 [Last modified: Thursday, January 24, 2013 10:07am]
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