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Rider High Grad Dies In Jacksonville Motorcycle Accident

A 1998 Rider High School graduate died in a motorcycle accident in Jacksonville, Florida Wednesday, December 7th.

31-year-old Justin William Pugh's Harley-Davidson struck a deer that came into the road in western Nassau County, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

Pugh was not wearing a helmet and died on scene.

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