Motorcyclist Killed In Escambia Crash

October 19, 2016

A motorcyclist was killed in a traffic accident Tuesday night in Escambia County.

About 9:40 p.m., David William Hill, age 35 of Pensacola, was traveling eastbound on Sorrento Road on a 2004 Honda motorcycle. He failed to maintain control of the motorcycle, according to the Florida Highway Patrol, and laid the bike down on its side as he fell into the roadway.

Hill was ran over by a 2008 Mazda driven by 46-year old Cynthia Michelle Roberts. Hill was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Any charges are pending the outcome of a traffic homicide investigation, according to the FHP.


4 Responses to “Motorcyclist Killed In Escambia Crash”

  1. Karin Schroth on October 20th, 2016 2:44 pm

    Always Loved…. Forever Missed…. Never Forgotten…

  2. Pat on October 19th, 2016 6:13 pm

    David is the son of my very dear friend. We are all praying for Davids family and for Ms. Roberts.

  3. mike on October 19th, 2016 9:10 am

    Terrible. My condolences going out to his friends & family, very sorry for your loss. :(

  4. Lifendason on October 19th, 2016 8:39 am

    Praying for this man’s family and the driver of the Mazda. I pray he was saved.

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