UPDATE: (8-10-19) Daytona Beach Police Department is identifying the rider as 25-year-old Jarrett R.Henderson. Reports say that Henderson was spotted on his Honda CBR 1000 by a DBPD officer working a stationary detail at Derbyshire Park. That officer issued a safety BOLO (Be On The Lookout) to other officers in the area about the motorcycle traveling at high speed.
Just one minute after the BOLO was issued, emergency dispatchers received a call about a traffic crash at Derbyshire and Sixth. Traffic Homicide detectives believe Henderson sped through a red light at the intersection, and collided with the right front side of a 2013 blue Ford Edge driven by
53-year-old Antoine L. Williams.
The initial investigation shows the Ford driver had the green light as he
attempted to turn north on Derbyshire from the eastbound lanes on Sixth. The impact sent the motorcycle sliding onto its side and into a parked vehicle, ejecting the rider at that point. The motorcycle also grazed the bottom of a nearby tree and a fence before coming to a stop.
Henderson was found by first responders in the front yard of 907 Derbyshire Road. It appears Henderson was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash but it was dislodged at some point after initial impact.
The driver of the Ford is reportedly not injured.
Daytona Beach, FL – Police are investigating after a motorcyclist was killed in a crash in the Derbyshire neighborhood.
According to Messod Bendayan, the Public Information Officer for the Daytona Beach Police Department, a motorcyclist was speeding north on Derbyshire Road when they were hit by a car after passing through a red light.
Bendayan said that the bike also hit a tree and a house before coming to rest. That all happened around 9:00 as the call went out around 9:15 this morning (August 10th).
The rider was taken to Halifax Health Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead around half an hour later.
Investigators at the scene of a fatal accident on Derbyshire and 6th Street. Please avoid the area for now. Thanks. #DaytonaBeach— Daytona Beach Police (@DaytonaBchPD) August 10, 2019
Not much else is known as the investigation is still ongoing. Officers were last seen in the area around 10 a.m. with Derbyshire still completely blocked off. Avoid the scene and seek alternate routes if possible.
This story will be updated as soon as more information is available.