Tyler Alicea Saint Cloud, FL died in a motorcycle accident on July 30

He was taken to largo medical, where he succumbed to injuries. Learn more about Tyler Alicea Obituary and funeral plans...

Tyler Alicea Death – Tyler Alicea of Saint Cloud, Florida, passed away following a motorcycle accident on Sunday, July 30, 2023. According to reports, When Tyler was driving down Ulmerton, a car suddenly pulled out in front of him, causing him to collide with the other vehicle. He was taken to largo medical, where he succumbed to injuries.

Tyler had a beautiful soul, an amazing smile and the wit of a comic genius. Stephanie Bearman-Kuiper of Orlando, Florida, wrote on Facebook that she watched this kid bounce in and out of the salon for over 10 years… both boys, and it has been a blessing. “I know there will never be enough words to express my sympathy or magic words to ease their pain.”

Tyler Alicea Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…

RELATED ARTICLE: St. Cloud Man Killed in Highway 15 Motorcycle Crash

An investigation has been opened by the authorities into a fatal motorbike accident that took place in St. Cloud on Saturday afternoon. The St. Cloud Police Department reports that at approximately 2:15 p.m., an officer observed three motorcycles driving southbound on Highway 15 at an extremely rapid pace. The police gave chase after the motorcyclists in an effort to bring them to a stop but was unable to catch up.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, one of the motorcyclists’ drivers lost control on the ramp leading to 33rd Street South, veered off the roadway to the right, and collided with a guardrail after exiting the highway. The driver, Jacob Olson, who was 25 years old and from St. Cloud, was transported to St. Cloud Hospital, where he passed away later.


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