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Port Richey man killed in two-vehicle crash

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The crash is under investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol. The crash is under investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol.
A 67-year-old Port Richey man died Friday from injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash in Pasco County.

Robert T. Sigmon was pronounced dead at the scene just before 5 p.m.

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According to a Florida Highway Patrol report the incident occurred near the intersection of Laredo Dr. and State Road 52 in the Bayonet Point community. Jessica Ann Davis was traveling south in her 2004 Dodge Intrepid on Laredo when she proceed into the intersection turning right on SR 52.

Davis, 36, veered directly into the path of Sigmon’s 1989 Harley Davidson motorcycle, which was traveling west in the inside lane of SR 52. The bike collided with the passenger side of the car and Sigmon was ejected onto the roadway.

The report states that Sigmon was not wearing a helmet at the time.

Davis was not injured and so far no charges have been filed as the investigation continues.

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