Riverside Motorcycle Accident- May 20th
A minivan made a U-turn in front of an oncoming motorcycle, killing the rider and tying up a major street during the evening commute through the Mission Grove area of Riverside, police say.
The 36-year-old motorcyclist from Moreno Valley died at the scene. The wreck happened at 3:53pm Friday, May 20, along the eastbound lanes of Alessandro Boulevard at Vista Grande Drive.
He was riding a 2015 Suzuki GSXR 750 heading east when a westbound 2008 Honda Odyssey driven by a 42-year-old Riverside woman turned left to begin a U-turn in front of him, Sgt. Dan Reeves said in a written statement. The names have not been given for confidential reasons.
The woman and two children that were in the minivan were unhurt, said Detective Greg Matthews. If you or anyone have any additional information please call Matthews at 951-826-8724.
Location: In the area of the 91 fwy just before Madison Street going toward downtown Riverside.
Approx 8:15 pm today, a rider went down on black and white sports bike. Medics were on the scene. Possibly 3 cars involved in the incident & biker appeared to be getting transported to the hospital.
Location: I405 N / Ventura Blvd, West Valley – May 20 2016 6:05PM
In the evening a silver Honda CRV hit a red motorcycle. There may have been another car involved, but no description was given. The vehicles blocked the slow lane before they were moved over to the shoulder.
May 22nd, In West LA Around at 12:15am Sunday Morning on the transition road of the southbound 405 and westbound 105, it was reported that a Motorcycle was down in the center divider, but the rider wasn’t visible. Fire Department and CHP responded. No further info is available at this time.
Location: I-605 WB & Imperial (Norwalk)
A motorcyclist was killed in a crash in Norwalk that shut down part of Imperial Highway Sunday night, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.
Deputies were investigating the fatal crash at 6 p.m. just west of Curtis and King Road.
Investigators couldn’t say what led to the wreck that left the motorcyclist, only described as a 38-year-old man, dead. It wasn’t clear how long the partial closure would be in effect, but it was still closed at 9:30 p.m.
The Reinecke Law Firm sends our condolences to the families and friends that were involved in these motorcycle accidents and we hope that those that are still with us will make a quick and full recovery.
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