2 Hospitalized after Hydesville Motorcycle Accident on Highway 36
HYDESVILLE, CA (July 9, 2020) – Late Tuesday night, two people suffered injuries in a motorcycle crash on Highway 36.
The crash led the Incident Commander to ask all incoming emergency responders to continue “Code 3” with lights and sirens on.
Reports revealed that by 11:16 p.m., the patients were taken to the hospital.
Meanwhile, at around 11:28 p.m., the total units that responded to the scene were 3 fire trucks, 6 police cars, 2 ambulances, and 3 fire department vehicles.
Furthermore, the major injury crash remains under active investigation.
Motorcycle accidents are prone to be severe because riders lack stability cars normally offer. Moreover, a motorcyclist is more vulnerable to road hazards, weather conditions, and is less visible to other drivers.
Safely Driving on the Road
Always be alert and focused on the road. Do not use smartphones or other unnecessary devices. Most especially, abide by posted speed limits while on busy streets and boulevards.
If you see yourself unfit to drive in the moment, use a rideshare app instead.
According to the Association of Safe International Road Travel, more than half of all road occur among vulnerable road users—pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists.
Thus, it is valuable to know what to do if you become involved in a motor vehicle accident.
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