1 Dead in Discovery Bay Motorcycle Crash on State Highway 4
DISCOVERY BAY, CA (November 3, 2020) – Monday afternoon, a 17-year-old motorcyclist died in an accident on State Highway 4 and Discovery Bay Bridge.
The incident between a motorcycle and a big rig occurred at around 1:45 p.m., west of Discovery Bay Bridge.
According to the Contra Costa CHP, the motorcyclist passed another vehicle, when he then crashed with the big rig.
As a result, the motorcyclist from Stockton succumbed to injuries at the scene. Meanwhile, the truck driver was uninjured. At this time, the coroner’s office hasn’t released the identity of the deceased.
Moreover, the CHP confirmed that alcohol and or drugs didn’t play a role in the crash. However, the authorities continue to investigate the two.
Furthermore, the authorities urged anyone with information to call Contra Costa CHP at (925)646-4980.
With heavy hearts, we at Sweet Lawyers send our thoughts and prayers to the family and community of the victim.
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