I-110 Crash Claims Life Of Cantonment Motorcyclist

November 6, 2019

A motorcycle crash early Wednesday morning claimed the life of a Cantonment man.

Jeremiah D. Jenson, 25, was traveling north on I-110 about 12 a.m. when he exited at Fairfield Drive and failed to negotiate a sweeping right-hand curve on the exit ramp and was ejected from his Harley Davidson Road King, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

Jenson was pronounced deceased at the scene.


4 Responses to “I-110 Crash Claims Life Of Cantonment Motorcyclist”

  1. ASHLEY NASON on November 6th, 2019 10:43 pm

    I am totally lost for words!!!

    Someone please wake me from this nightmare, I am in disbelief, I am heart broken, I don’t even know how to stop the tears of sadness!!!

    When you walked in for your interview you didn’t even have to speak and you were hired without knowing it, so well put together, so intelligent wild and free spirited. A ladies man who loved life, all the staff was in aww when you walked in but i was the lucky one because it was me and you against the world all night long, slinging coffee in Moncton. You weren’t only the best looking co worker we had on our team, but the happiest fun loving, most comical individual I’d ever met in my life. Work was fun and greatly enjoyed with you Jer Kal Jensen! We became the very best friends, my son 9 at the time looked up to you like no body else because of your fun loving free spirit! We stayed in touch when I moved back to Rothesay and little did i know you were moving back home to florida not even a year after i left you! One side of you so soft hearted and loving wicked coffee slinger but throwing a**holes out of the clubs was more of where you were meant to be ! This so isn’t fair and my heart goes out to the entire family. He constantly spoke of his parents and sisters to me on our long over night shifts and how much he missed you all and how much he truly loved you. I wish I was closer so I could wrap my arms around you all. I’m so sorry all of this even happened and his time was cut so short! I can tell you he’s the best soul that has ever crossed my path and ill cherish and hold close every memory Jeremiah and I made!

    You died doing what you loved riding your bike!!
    RIDE ON in heaven Jer! Love you always and forever… until we meet again my friend rev that bike engine and let er rip !

  2. Dusty on November 6th, 2019 8:11 pm

    So sorry to hear this. As a fellow biker I know it only takes a second of bad judgement to go down. I’m so sorry for the family. But I’m sure he loved riding and his bike.
    I hope you can find comfort and peace in your loss.

  3. David on November 6th, 2019 5:50 pm

    I’ve known him for about six years. He was a decent person who died too young…

  4. Billy stone on November 6th, 2019 12:32 pm

    So sorry this happened. It’s easy to misjudge one’s speed in those on/off
    Ramps. Prayers to his family and loved ones

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