Escambia County Man Killed In Early Morning Motorcycle Crash

July 29, 2019

An Escambia County man was killed in a motorcycle crash early Monday morning.

The cyclist was identified as 33-year old Brandon Master of Pensacola.

The Florida Highway Patrol took a a call reporting the accident about 1 a.m. on Davis Highway near Fairfield Drive and I-10, but they were unable to find a crash. Pensacola Police located the accident after receiving a second call, according to Pensacola Police Officer Mike Wood.

According to investigators, Master was northbound in the southbound lane when he either tried to correct or lost control and crashed.

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6 Responses to “Escambia County Man Killed In Early Morning Motorcycle Crash”

  1. Amber on August 1st, 2019 1:59 pm

    Very heartbreaking to read this! Brandon was such a genuine, sweet and selfless guy! His usual first question would be to ask how your day was or just to make sure you were doing okay. He and his best friend would always be together; they were a duo and if you saw one you would see the other. He just had such a warming soul and it will be greatly missed! My heart goes out to his friends and family!

  2. alex on July 30th, 2019 7:51 pm

    he was one of my best friends. I grew up with him. from the story I was told he got turned around that’s why he was going the wrong way. either way its tragic and his parents lost a heck of a son and I lost a heck of a friend.

  3. Suzie B on July 30th, 2019 3:04 pm

    @RangerDave – since this was a motorcycle, it’s a vehicle that must go WITH traffic. I do know that in most states, a bicycle is also considered a vehicle and must go WITH traffic as well. Pedestrians should walk facing traffic, so yes, the opposite way. I used to argue with someone from California as they said bicycles went against traffic. I guess it used to be that way in some areas. I don’t know since I’ve always lived in Florida.

  4. Stumpknocker on July 30th, 2019 4:07 am

    @ Ranger Dave, you do know he was on a motorcycle not a bicycle. I wouldn’t ever advise to ride a motorcycle in opposite direction of traffic. Maybe he just got confused and didn’t realize exactly where he was at.

  5. Cindy Ladner on July 30th, 2019 12:40 am

    This is very sad, I have known this young man a few years and my heart and prayers go out to his parents and family!!!!

  6. RangerDave on July 29th, 2019 10:48 pm

    I’m 56 Y/O , I was also taught that walking/riding/seeing traffic head on was correct ?
    I’ll take my ticket and live another many more years B/C of this .
    Have a great evening !





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