In large cities like Los Angeles in Southern California there is a higher risk of being in a motorcycle accident than there would be in a more rural place like the desert. Unfortunately there have been many accidents in this last week in April than there has been the previous couple of weeks and several of them being fatal. The Reinecke law Firm sends their deepest condolences to all the friends and families that have been in these motorcycle accidents in Southern California and we hope that those that are still with us may make full recoveries quickly. Our sources of these accidents are from the Facebook page Bike Down Alerts. We appreciate their willingness of being responsive and attentive with the reported motorcycle accidents in Southern California.
Monday April 25th, 2016
COMPTON (CBSLA) — A 26-year-old motorcyclist was fatally struck by a vehicle Tuesday while traveling along the 710 Freeway in Compton.
According to California Highway Patrol officers, the crash took place shortly after 12:30 a.m. on the 710 Freeway at Rosecrans Avenue.
Upon their arrival, authorities located a motorcycle and three vehicles parked on the shoulder of the freeway. Body parts were scattered across the lanes of the roadway.
A preliminary investigation revealed two vehicles struck the motorcycle.The third car struck the male driver, subsequently tossing him about 100 yards form the motorcycle.
Police believe additional vehicles struck the victim, but they did not stop to render aid.
CBS2’s Jennifer Kim reported all northbound lanes of the freeway at Alondra Boulevard were closed until around 6:00 a.m. No suspects are being sought at this time.
The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office is working to determine the identity of the motorcyclist. Condolences to the friends and family of the rider, may he ride in paradise. Such a sad/tragic story and so young 😢 ~Steve
Source: CBS Local Los Angeles
Tuesday April 26th 2016
Biker Down in Fullerton at the intersection of Euclid and Valencia. Around 4:30am, motorcyclist was traveling southbound on Euclid. Biker was alive when paramedics loaded him in the ambulance but he was in pretty bad shape, according to witnesses. The motorcycle appeared to be a GSXR 750.
No other information available at this time.
Prayers to those involved.
April 27th 2016
A motorcyclist died after he collided with a vehicle making a left turn Wednesday afternoon in Chino.
A 19 year old, of Ontario, died after he was flown to a hospital, according to a Chino Police Department statement.
Just after 3:30 p.m., police were called to the 5900 block of Riverside Drive for a crash involving a motorcycle and a Nissan Altima, police said.
A preliminary investigation shows the Nissan was making a left turn from westbound Riverside Drive into the driveway of an apartment complex, according to the statement.
The rider, was riding his motorcycle east on Riverside Drive and collided with the passenger side of the Nissan.
“Paramedics flew the 19-year-old to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries. He died during surgery, according to authorities. The cause of the collision is under investigation.
Anyone with information regarding the case is asked to email email@example.com or call 909-334-3153.”
Prayers are sent to the Riders family, and friends.
Article Source: Daily Bulletin
April 28th 2016
Thursday morning 4/28/16 at approx 12:15 am
LOCATION: on ramp of SR-14 between Soledad Canyon Rd exit and SB Sand Canyon Rd exit. Rider succumbed to his injuries; name is being withheld pending next of kin notifications.
Rider was on a 1999 Harley Davidson, and was hit in the #3 lane by a rig.
Prayers for the fallen rider and his family. Further info can be found at scvnews.com
LOCATION: I-15N and I-8
Approx 7:43 pm, biker down in slow lane. Possible vehicle involved was black.
Accident with major injuries designated by CHP
No further info re rider, bike, or description of injuries.
Prayers for the fallen rider.
LOCATION: PCH near Topanga Canyon Blvd
Motorcycle is a black BMW with some white on the tank. Boxer engine. May be an RT1200 or R1200 GS. Bike has engine guard bars and luggage mounting hardware on the back. Also has street tires.
Approx. 8:26 pm on Thursday night, CHP responded to a traffic collision on PCH near Topanga Canyon Blvd. Two vehicles collided, hitting a parked car and a motorcycle. The motorcyclist was reported deceased on scene by LaCoFD.
Prayers for the fallen rider and those involved.
April 29th 2016
LOCATION: 101N/ South Conejo Scales in Moorpark
Approx. 6:25 am this morning, CHP responded to 2 motorcycles after a traffic collision. One bike is a Yamaha RS, the other is a black Triumph. No info on injuries. Prayers for the riders.
All these accidents that happened could have been avoided one way or another, whether it was the fault of the motorcyclist or not. If you are out riding or driving please watch out for motorcyclists and be safe. We constantly urge those that ride to make good decisions and ride safely wherever you go. If any of you or a loved one have been in a motorcycle accident call The Reinecke Law Firm today for a free case evaluation at 1(800)275-8326.