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Flagler Beach Cyclist Frederick J. Martinez Is Killed in Collision With a Work Van on SR100

| March 19, 2013

The cyclist was struck by a work van as the cyclist was in the bike lane on State Road 100, heading east. click on the image for larger view. (c FlaglerLive)

The cyclist was struck by a work van as the cyclist was in the bike lane on State Road 100, heading east. click on the image for larger view. (c FlaglerLive)

Last Updated: 6:49 p.m.

Note: The Poppa Martinez Memorial is scheduled for Friday, April 6, at 6 p.m., at the Flagler Beach Pier. See details here.

Frederick J. Martinez, a 51-year-old Flagler Beach resident, was violently struck and killed by a work van as he rode his bike east on State Road 100 Tuesday afternoon, a little less than a mile from Old Kings Road.

The driver of the van, Palm Coast resident Robert Carlton Little, who’s turning 33 on March 24, said he’d suddenly sneezed and veered into the bike lane, causing the collision, according to a Florida Highway Patrol homicide investigator at the scene.

There is a clearly indicated bike lane along the four-lane roadway.

The wreck took place at 2:36 p.m. Martinez was riding a seven-speed dark gray and gold-striped Avalon. His body, covered in a white tarp, came to rest in the bike lane, barely straddling the white line into the driving lane, more than 50 feet from the bike itself, and almost 60 feet from the point of impact. “Most likely he got dragged from underneath the van,” the investigator said.

Martinez was wearing dark shades, which were on the ground, both lenses outside the frame, at several feet’s distance from each other, and several feet from where the bike, twisted and unrecognizable, had fallen. A dark cap that Martinez had worn, commemorating Hurricane Sandy relief, rested halfway between the bike and the victim.

The medical examiner arrived at the scene at 3:45 p.m., which was to enable authorities to remove the body and clear the scene. The two eastbound lanes of SR100 were reduced to one lane until then. The body was removed at 4:20 p.m.

The van is registered to Kimble Electric of Ormond Beach. Little was not working at the time of the wreck. He was on his way home, the investigator said. A DVD of the “director’s cut” of “Dawn of the Dead” sat on the dashboard, on the passenger side.

The investigator said that Little, who volunteered a blood sample (the highway patrol routinely and legally takes blood samples from drivers involved in road fatalities), said he was not on medication and had not been drinking, claims that will be verified through the sample. The investigator said the driver was potentially looking at a moving violations along the lines of careless driving or failing to remain in one’s lane, but no criminal charges.

“As long as there’s no criminal intent, you’re looking at an infraction,” the investigator said.

By 4:40 p.m., a Palm Coast Fire Department crew was washing down the pavement. A Kimble Electric official was clearing the van of a few effects. The van, as in all homicide investigations, will be impounded for a few days. Investigators were completing their work, and a wrecker was being called in to remove the van–which had visible damage toi its left-front end–and the bicycle.

The victim's bicycle. Click on the image for larger view. (c FlaglerLive)

The victim’s bicycle. Click on the image for larger view. (c FlaglerLive)


The body of the victim came to a final rest within a few feet of the bike-lane sign on SR100. Click on the image for larger view. (© FlaglerLive)

The body of the victim came to a final rest within a few feet of the bike-lane sign on SR100. Click on the image for larger view. (© FlaglerLive)


The biker was wearing a cap commemorating Hurricane Sandy relief. Click on the image for larger view. (© FlaglerLive)

The biker was wearing a cap commemorating Hurricane Sandy relief. Click on the image for larger view. (© FlaglerLive)


Investigators mark all locations of elements involved in a wreck with orange spray paint. Click on the image for larger view. (© FlaglerLive)

Investigators mark all locations of elements involved in a wreck with orange spray paint. Click on the image for larger view. (© FlaglerLive)


The victim's shades. Click on the image for larger view. (© FlaglerLive)

The victim’s shades. Click on the image for larger view. (© FlaglerLive)


Click on the image for larger view. (© FlaglerLive)

Click on the image for larger view. (© FlaglerLive)

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95 Responses for “Flagler Beach Cyclist Frederick J. Martinez Is Killed in Collision With a Work Van on SR100”

  1. notasenior says:

    Why was the van so close to the bicyclist? Florida law requires drivers to stay at least six feet away from bikes. As a bicyclist I am getting tired of reading these stories and the excuses drivers make.

    • Carol Fisher says:

      Did you read the article. It says the driver sneezed and lost control

    • umm says:

      and as a motor vehicle operator, i am getting tired of all of these bicyclists riding on the roads in the driving lane when there is a perfectly good sidewalk!!

      • Jada says:

        there was no side walk

      • finfan1337 says:

        If you knew the law, you would know bikers are not supposed to ride on the sidewalk. i’m a “motor vehicle operator” as well, but I’m also intelligent enough to know my car can do a lot more damage than a biker. The man died and wasn’t doing anything wrong.

      • that was my cousin..who I laughed with in younger years..,he has a heartbroken mom and dad and family ..all because the driver was watching a movie or whatever else they decide to say know that makes it even worse…But the driver knows for sure and that will be on him and his family ..cause you don’t forget something like this.

        • Anonymous says:

          So sorry to hear about Freddy. I have many memories of him growing up on 241st. My sincere condolences to his entire family.

      • Anonymous says:

        It’s illegal to ride bicycles on sidewalks!

        • Larry says:

          No its not I have been riding my bicycle on the bike path in flagler county all my life never been ticketed or told other wise and have had no run ins with cars cause im on the bike path not in the road where cars are and people who dont watch what they are doing im 33 and still listen to my parents advise stay out of the road unless u want to get run over so to all u bicycleist why dont u take ur own advise u give to your children and stay out of the road and uae the bike path !!!!

      • Jim says:

        It’s illegal to ride a bicycle on the sidewalk, just like it’s illegal to drive a car on one.

    • Ogreagain says:

      Look at where the bike is in the Pix, Tell me where is there 6 feet for the car to move?

      316.083 The driver of a vehicle overtaking a bicycle or other nonmotorized vehicle must pass the bicycle or other nonmotorized vehicle at a safe distance of not less than 3 feet between the vehicle and the bicycle or other nonmotorized vehicle.

      But hey it’s ok to post the wrong info as long as you were first to post right?

      I’m really sick of reading post Were they make up what ever info they want and call it a law

    • John says:

      A horrible tragedy . Not sure how you can stay 6 feet away from bikes when the bike lane is directly next to the traffic lane.

  2. Rosepetal says:

    How sad :-(

  3. Tammy says:

    Prayers for all involved : (

  4. PJ says:

    My prayers for all involved.

  5. jp says:

    Fuck the law, I ride my bike against traffic, please bikers, walker, and runners travel against traffic…..Florida drivers are the worst, and flagler county is not bike or runner friendly, people get killed in this county a lot!

    • Rex says:

      Florida drivers are HORRIBLE!! It’s sad when the first thought that came to my head was at least the driver stopped.The people here love guns the bible and NASCAR what a joke.

    • Girl says:

      JP – I don’t understand, when I was a kid (long time ago) we always travled against traffic, when and why did the so called laws changed?

    • Samuel Smith says:

      Herp a derp, I break the law by riding against traffic, when I get hit by a car turning right into me I’m positive it’ll be the car’s fault because I ride a bike, herp a derp.

  6. RIP says:

    So sorry for the victim, accidents happen sooooooooo fast and in a blink, then it happens, the unthinkable..

    The driver is surely very shaken.

    They need to reduce the speed limit from 55 to 45 like on PCPW. Not that speed had anything to do with it, but it may give drivers that slight edge to see bikers..

    Then you can go to the other side and make a law for bikers to have to wear floresent gear and outerware, maybe flashing lights from behind on the bike, anything to help make them more noticable..

    All in all, it truly is very, very sad…

    My sincere condolences to the decease’s family.

  7. brattlike says:

    Very sad. I saw the accident scene not long after this accident happened. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of the bicycle rider and Mr. Little who has to live with this tragedy for the rest of his life.

    • Anonymous says:

      I drove by just after it happened also. It was a terrable scene. I was glad to know that when the school buses were let out at the same time they were re-routed another way. It would have been horrible for old kings elementary children to see.

  8. Thomas Cook says:

    I was driving by when this happened, I started praying for the victim, I am vary sorry to his family, may them be recover soon

  9. Judy says:

    I rode past this accident around 3:20. The body was still on the side of the road covered with a white sheet.
    I said a prayer and then called my kids and told them NEVER to ride along the side of ANY road anymore.
    They may not like that but at least I can keep them alive. My sympathy to both families.

  10. Palm Coasting says:

    Suddenly sneezed? Wow, that’s original… They should check incoming / out going texts on the drivers phone during the time of the tragedy.

    • Tiffany Martinez says:

      I’m the daughter of Freddy and I agree with you! I’m at a loss for words! When I sneeze I sneeze on my steering wheel and still have control of my car!

    • ahhhchooo says:

      When a person sneezes, the eyes shut – it’s a natural response. Next time you feel a sneeze coming on, try and keep your eyes open. It is very possible that the driver did sneeze and for that brief second, his eyes were closed. People should stop assuming that the driver was texting or not paying attention or driving recklessly. Sometimes an accident is just that, an unfortunate accident.

      And not to place blame on anyone whatsoever, but I have seen biker riders/cyclists riding outside of the bike lane and in the road. Especially on A1A. I’ve had to stop completely in the middle of the road because of a cyclist in the driving lane, not in the bike lane and I did not have the space to go around them as cars were coming in the opposite lane.

      Everyone always says watch for bikers and cyclists and drivers should. But on the other hand, bikers and cyclists should watch for cars too. You can’t always blame the driver when accidents like this happen. Again, sometimes an accident is really just a terrible accident.

      Prayers to the family of the deceased as well as the driver of the van who will live with this for the rest of his life.

  11. Steve Wood says:

    The Law is 3 feet.

  12. Anonymous says:

    The law doesn’t protect you but common sense will.

  13. emile says:

    I was heading east on this very section of SR 100 at 11:00 AM today, and there was a bicyclist traveling east in the bike lane. I automatically pulled into the left lane to give him plenty of room as I was taught. And I believe most if not all of us would do the same. Why and How could this have happened? I feel so sad for the driver and the victim’s family and friends.

  14. James says:

    I love how the first thing everyone thinks we need after an incident like this is more laws.

  15. justthe5ofus says:

    We in palm coast have spent millions on sidewalks and bike paths. This is so sad! PLEASE, PLEASE USE THEM!

    • margaret says:

      he was on a bike path,,,stop driving reckless….check the cell phone records

    • Blondie says:

      The Bike rider was on the bike path drivers should pull over in the left lane a bit when passing just like when you are passing a car that is pulled off to the side of road.

  16. madams says:

    I knew Freddy, he would come into my cigar shop in Flagler Beach every week and he would always have a smile on his face. He was a great guy and would ride his bike everywhere whenever he was in town. My prayers go out to his daughter who will be so crushed beyond words.
    I will miss seeing his face he was truely one of a kind.

  17. River and Sail says:

    The little strip along side of SR100 with vehicles doing 55 mph is a sad excuse for a bike lane. With all the tax money we give the county a safe bike path should be installed as far from the road surface as possible. A gravel path is cheap and easy to build and would provide a safe place for those who would like to ride a bike instead.

    • notasenior says:

      That really is a sad bike lane and to make matters worse there is usually debris in it. Time to clean up the roads, especially the glass infested bridge!

    • Blondie says:

      Bike path needs to be twice the size it is and people should slow down when passing people walking or on bikes. Now if the the bike rider or someone walking was walking toward the triffic then he may have been able to veer his bike out of the vans way.

    • Good ole girl says:

      State road 100 is a state road not a county road !!!! Flagler county alone has put in over 100 miles of sidewalks not including what the city of palm coast has put in and people still do not use them !!!!

  18. Bob says:

    Slow down Florida!!!

    • gary hill says:

      I spent six weeks with Freddy n Hawaii, New Orleans, Florida. I left his Flagler Beach apartment with many momentos of Pro Bowl, Super Bowl,.Mardi Gras, Daytona 500 and our Danica Does The. Pole T-shirts we sold.. I have known his daughter 4 20 years. She returned from Iraq serving our cointry, like Freddy and I did. Florida drivers r as bad as.Arizona. I will call the police. If they refuse, I will call the governor. If florida fails, I. will el recall the governor. I lost my father last year who served n the battle of midway. After receiving4 texts from Freddy today, I lost my best friend.

    • Tax Payer says:

      Flaglerlive does a great job reporting the Flagler County news.
      Thank you Flaglerlive

    • sure thing says:

      what speed should the van travel in a 55 zone that would save the bike rider? i would imagine 25-35-45 would of still killed the biker..o should we drive 10-15 all over florida?

  19. Mary says:

    Right after going by the accident a lady who just saw what I saw speeds by me going 70mph shaking her head at me for going the speed limit.

  20. confidential says:

    Slow down, pay attention and no Bully driving. Always an excuse why an innocent and defenseless cyclist pedestrian or biker are hit and killed in Florida day in and day out. Yeah a sneeze and at which speed..?maybe also texting or just selecting music in the dashboard? Until really harsh penalties will be enacted this so called “murder by infraction” will continuo unpunished.

  21. Tiffany Martinez says:

    He was my father just left Flagler beach yesterday as I got in my car he gave me a hug and told me to drive safe! I can’t believe I lost my father my best friend today! I talk to him at 2pm as he was leaving Wells Fargo to go bag to his beach spot and rest! I’m so devistated I can barely breathe! My dad was my world and loved riding his bike and was aware of his surrounds a sneezing driving doesn’t make sense to me! I’m in the army currently and sounds like he was changing his music on his iPod or texting! My dad told me to always be strong and stand for what’s right! Rip dad I love i

    • madams says:

      Tiffany, please let me know if you need ANYTHING at all. I will so miss your Dad. He would always come and hang out when he was in town.

      I am glad I got to meet you and I am glad he was someone I considered a friend. He spoke of you often and how much fun you had on vacation. Your dad will be a missed face in Flager Beach!
      Come see me anytime please

    • TA says:

      Dearest Tiffany, I passed the accident yesterday and the same location again today noticing the memorial along the side of road where your Father was hit. I am so sorry for your loss. I said a prayer yesterday as I passed by and I will keep you and your family in my prayers every time I pass that spot. Not knowing you or your Father my heart is still heavy with sadness. My sincerest sympathy to you…

  22. Deep South says:

    As a avid cyclist I can not count how many times motorist have come within a foot or less of hitting me. The law says THREE FEET ! Or how many times I have been cut off by the famous right turn. Drivers just don’t seem to care or are not paying attention to what they are doing. All I can say is Hey motorist SHARE THE ROAD, IT’S THE LAW !!

  23. Ken says:

    I also drove by minutes after this accident and felt sadness not only for Frederick Martinez and his family, but for Robert Little as well. Accurate details will only be known after investigation is complete. Assumptions should be reserved until facts are available. A hard packed dirt path in the grassy area would be ideal for walkers and bicyclists on this 55 mph 4-lane roadway.

  24. Helen Tilelli says:

    Very sad. Fred was my neighbor. His business had him traveling a lot, and when he was away, I would collect his mail and hold it till his return. He had told me that he was leaving this week.. I thought he had already left. I was very surprised when I got home and my other neighbors told me what had happen. I’m so sorry Fred that your demise was so horrific. My heart goes out to his daughter and girlfriend Kim. He was a nice man and a good neighbor to have. I just hope he didn’t suffer too much, before he left us. You will be missed Fred. May you rest in peace.

  25. Friel's & Schmidt's says:

    Rip uncle Freddie

  26. Alfred E. Newman says:

    I’ve sneezed hundreds of times while driving Semi’s and passenger vehicles.
    That sneezing excuse is bullshit.

    The van driver was distracted and not paying the requisite attention to driving.
    Yes it’s an accident, but accidents all have a root cause.
    Rest assured that Mr. Martinez wasn’t the cause!

    My sympathies to Mr. Martinez’ friends and family.
    So sorry for your senseless loss.

  27. jp says:

    Infraction? You kill someone you shouldnt be allowed to drive for at least ten years…so you learn!

  28. interesting says:

    He sounds as if he was a great person. Deep sympathy to his family a d friends. Please, ride against traffic. It makes alot more sense. Bright colors reallyhelp as well. Bicyclist ‘s have the right to ride onstage roads and to suggest they just meander bike paths is foolish and demeaning. Many are racers Android many other’s. Big cycling. Is their favorites mode of transport.

  29. PC Gator says:

    My condolences for Fred that is very sad my son drove past the accident and it shook him up. Please don’t blame Florida drivers most people in this county are not from Florida.

    • Alfred E. Newman says:

      It doesn’t matter where you’re from. We have a lot of drivers who don’t give two sh**s about other people on the road. These people only care about themselves and refuse to hang up their cell phones or to stop texting when driving.

      No matter what state they hail from, stupidity and irresponsibility is a national problem.
      And too many people on the roads who don’t qualify to drive a multi-ton projectiles.

      It’s only going to get worse. Buckle up. Get a tank.

      • Sue says:

        This is such a tragedy for ALL involved, but where is there any information that the driver was texting, on the phone, speeding or driving reckless? Why don’t you reserve judgement for when all the evidence is presented? My sincere heartfelt condolences go to Mr. Martinez’s family and God rest his soul, but would you be so quick to condemn Mr. Little if he were someone you knew personally or was a member of YOUR family?

        • bs says:

          he killed a bicyclist in the bike lane…is that not reckless enough? who are you? what accountability has little claimed? he took a life, his license should be revoked at the very least.

  30. tj friel says:

    Fred my thougts and prayers are with tifany and the rest of the family . im sure you took the express lane to heaven i rember all the wonderful times we had when you were were in so cal it seems like yesterday tifany was just a baby and life was just so much fun and you were a big part of our family and part of the reason we relocated to so cal all thos years ago , you proberly led a more full life than a 100 yr old person could . you were one of a kind the world lost a super cool human being rest in peace your cousin in law TJ

  31. Deep South says:

    I hope they start building bike lanes, when they expand Old Kings Road, and Pine Lakes Pkwy.
    My condolences to Mr. Martinez’s family.

  32. Good ole girl says:

    Prayers for both families involved !!!! so sad I work on the raod everyday and peoole have no respect for others they dont move over and they dont slow down and same for the bikes they ride the white line and expect you to run other cars off the road to get around them not sayin this was the case in this accident but I see it everyday plenty of sidewalks and plenty of room in the bike path and their still riding in the raod !!!!! Our quiet little county has turned into a madhouse in the last 10-15 years :(

  33. Helen Tilelli says:

    Today I was able to give what little comfort I could give to Tiffany. I’m glad you guys got to spend some quality time last week. Hold on to those memories. Saying “I’m sorry” just doesn’t seem enough. But I am sorry for the pain you’re feeling in your heart. Easy does it baby girl. Call me if you need anything.

  34. munk says:

    thought I’d see you in Milwaukee for opening day… condolances to Marty ,Mrs C & Tiffany


  35. This is a tragic story and probably was preventable. Sneezed? Lost control? I ride my bike on this route many days a week. Crossing Belle Terre and Rt. 100 at the crosswalks is difficult. I’ve nearly been hit several times by motorists that I notice on their phones instead of paying attention.
    Many people don’t yield to pedestrians or cyclists on the road or at the crosswalks.
    While many are courteous, many don’t seem to care.
    Motorists VS. Pedestrians or cyclists?
    Seems to me, just because you have a big car, you shouldn’t use it against some innocent pedestrian or a guy on a bike.
    Been to a crosswalk lately? Maybe this law was not emphasized in driver’s ed.
    I’ve nearly been run over several times by motorists turning right, who don’t care, flip me off when I point at the crossing light, and are in a big hurry to go nowhere. Give them a ticket, I say.
    Motorists are supposed to Yield to a pedestrian. Yield. Come to a full stop even when you have the green light.
    Yes. It’s the law.
    One person killed by a motorist that’s not paying attention or doesn’t know the law is too many.
    Drivers need to keep focused and to think about how they would feel if they lost a loved one or had to live with taking a life.
    When the light turns green, and a pedestrian is about to enter the crosswalk; he has the right of way, not you.
    There should be a National Law that clearly outlines this.
    In 2009, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that 4,092 pedestrians were killed in crashes with motor vehicles and 59,000 were injured.
    If a pedestrian crosses when they aren’t supposed to or enters into traffic, that’s different.
    Motorists should stop bullying pedestrians and those on bikes.
    Most drivers are conscious of these laws and are courteous to pedestrians. But the few that aren’t, should be ticketed and fined harshly.
    So Little’s going to get a ticket for a moving violation. I’d check his cell phone for incoming and outgoing text messages during this investigation.
    And I do use the sidewalks with my bike as much as that’s possible.
    I often think of riding facing traffic with my bike, especially down here in Florida.
    Maybe that law should be changed.
    A bike rider has no chance to react when someone has to ‘sneeze’ from behind them.
    My thoughts and prayers are with the families.

    • mksb says:

      Im sorry to hear about Freddy. It could have been any one of us riding a bike. Now when I ride I hope someone doesn’t have to sneeze. What Cliff says is so true about cross walks. I have been in the cross walks with the walk light and cars blow there horns and yell at me because they don’t want to wait a second. Just so everyone knows you can’t take rode bikes on sidewalks because the tires are so thin and the walk way are very rough for them. I have a hybrid so I can ride on walkways and roads. I sometimes have to ride on the road and some cars stay far enough away but some don’t like sharing. I notice people are very angry driving and always in a hurry. They never turn there heads to look for a biker or walker when they turn . They figure if no car is there its ok. Please look for bikers or walkers and give them the right away in the walk way. When your driving down the road and you see a biker way ahead give him 3 ft clearance. Maybe if we all biked more we could save gas and get in better shape. In other countries like Netherlands the bikers have the right away not cars.
      This is not the first accident for a biker in this area.
      Bikers need to be responsible also and follow the rules but more so the driver of the car needs to be more careful. Freddy was in the right away in the bike path riding. He was doing what it was suppose to do. I blame the law enforcement around here for not protecting riders more. When they see people come so close to a biker on the road they should receive a ticket and when they try to run you down in the crosswalk also. Please pay attention on the road and if your a few seconds later because you waited for someone to cross does it really matter those few seconds.
      I feel for Freddie daughter.
      If the driver of the van feels that bad maybe he would start something to help us bikers out there to make people more aware of us on the road. He could dedicate his awareness education to Freddie.

  36. Mark P says:

    No matter who was at fault somebody is dead. Whether there was a bike lane or no bike lane I WOULD NEVER RIDE MY BIKE on 100 or any other street like that. With all of the drunks, druggies, old timers, kids, people on cell phones etc. HELL NO!!! Prayters go out to the family though.

  37. Tiffany Martinez says:

    I just want my father back I don’t think these people realize how much he meant to me! He was my best friend and father we did everything together! Now he is gone!

  38. Hope Parisi says:

    I am so very sorry To hear Of Freddie Martinez’s passing I grew up with Him IN Bellerose N.Y. On 241st,My thoughts & Prayers go out to his family especially his daughter Tiffany..He was a Good thoughtful Man. One of the last times I saw him He knocked on my door because he had souvenirs that he had got from N H L Allstar game for me He knew I am A Big New York Rangers So he got me Adam Graves autograph on the back of a beautiful cigar box . That the kind of Man he was A very kind person. R.I.P. Freddy You will be missed.The world needs people like you in it.

  39. Amanda says:

    What a sad event for ALL involved. I know this driver…Robert is a good family man and friend. The article never mentions how upset Robert is to have destroyed someone’s world! Believe me, this man will NEVER get over this accident!

    I also know the other side of this story…my boyfriend was struck by a car 3 years ago while he was walking on the side of the road. We were all lucky because we did not physically lose him as Mr. Martinez’s family has. It is a horrible feeling to know that your loved one experienced such a tragic event during a moment of innocence. But accidents unfortunately DO happen. As drivers, we have ALL sneezed suddenly and then been thankful the next second that we were still operating our vehicles safely!

    I hope we pray for mercy, forgiveness, and peace for Mr. Martinez and his family, as well as for Robert and his family.

    • alice says:

      i have sneezed probably thousands of times while driving–NEVER once have i been afraid of losing control…he was doing something else–i dont belive this for a second

  40. Tiffany Martinez says:

    Another day has passed dad but I haven’t forgotten you!!! I keep waiting for my phone to ring and hoping your on your way home! I miss u papa so much!!! Your a legend xo love you

  41. Tiff Martinez says:

    Memorial April 5th first Friday come out

  42. Tiffany Martinez says:

    Memorial is this Friday April 5th

    • Anonymous says:

      Im sorry Tiffany that I missed your service for your Dad. Your Dad must had been a wonderful man and very proud of you. If we all could have such great lovely daughters that love us as much.
      There was another accident with a biker on Palm Coast PKWY but that gentlemen lived.
      Your Dad must had loved to ride his bike. I know I also feel good when Im riding I just worry about the cars.
      sorry for your lost

  43. Tiffany Martinez says:

    I just read that article about the soccer player…. So sad rip…. But the guy was arrested and is being held accountable but…the guy that killed my father Robert little only had to pay 666 dollars….so basically in America if your a guy thA just loves your beach town and rides his bike means nothing to Flagler county court system… Pretty sad… I’m disgusted… I will let god take the rest in his hands because I’m just in too much pain….

    I love you dad and ill see you in heaven xoxoxo keep watching over me xoxoxo xoxoxo

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