News: Motorcyclist dies from injuries suffered in West Park collision

WEST PARK, FL – The Broward Sheriff’s Office said a motorcyclist died from injuries suffered in a collision six years ago in West Park.

According to a BSO news release, the victim was 42-year-old Sherman Hall Copeland.  The accident took place on June 25, 2016 on Southwest 19th Street.

Copeland was driving a Honda CBR motorcycle at about 11 a.m. when he was involved in a T-bone crash with a Toyota Corolla.  Investigators said Copeland was driving at a speed of about 80 miles an hour in a 30 miles an hour zone at the time and did not have the necessary motorcycle license.

Copeland was seriously injured and had been residing in a rehabilitation center in Hollywood.  He was pronounced dead on Monday, August 1 as the result of a traumatic brain injury sustained in the accident.

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