Alabama Man Passes Away From Injuries Received In Motorcycle Crash

February 16, 2019

An Escambia County (AL) man has passed away from injuries he received earlier this month in a motorcycle crash.

Michael Lynn Kite, 52, was critically injured when the 2003 Honda VTX1800 he was riding left the roadway and struck an embankment at 4:08 p.m. on February 3. Kite was transported to Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola where he died Friday from the injuries he sustained in the crash.  The crash occurred on Alabama 41 at the 13.7 mile marker, about four miles north of Brewton.

Further information has not been released as Alabama State Troopers continue their investigation.


3 Responses to “Alabama Man Passes Away From Injuries Received In Motorcycle Crash”

  1. Moon Dog on February 18th, 2019 3:37 am

    He was the very glue that held all of us together, and definitely one of a kind. He was also the best grandfather and great grandfather anyone could ask for.
    I love and miss you. Ride high pawpaw Mickey.

  2. Tracy Franz on February 17th, 2019 6:04 pm

    Mickey was one of a kind ! He would do anything for anyone no matter the time or cost. We lost an amazing family member and friend Friday. Mickey we are so saddened that you are gone!

  3. Rylan Hencye on February 16th, 2019 4:37 pm

    The best uncle anyone could ask for.. we love and miss you so much

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