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Port Richey man dies in Clearwater motorcycle crash

A Port Richey man died Monday in a motorcycle crash in Clearwater, police said.

Sean H. McBride, who just turned 34 on Feb. 15, was riding his motorcycle northbound on Belcher Road about 5:30 p.m. He ran a red light at Sunset Point Road and hit a car turning left onto Sunset Point Road, Clearwater police said.

The driver he hit was not cited.

A police department news release about the crash contained no information regarding the type of motorcycle or car involved, or how fast McBride's motorcycle was traveling except to say it was "a high rate of speed." The name of the driver in the car also was not released.

Alcohol did not appear to be a factor, police said, but the investigation was continuing Monday night.

Port Richey man dies in Clearwater motorcycle crash 02/21/11 [Last modified: Monday, February 21, 2011 9:49pm]
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