2 Injured after Motorcycle and Sedan Collide at Highway 395 and Palmdale Road (Victorville, CA)

2 Injured after Motorcycle and Sedan Collide at Highway 395 and Palmdale Road (Victorville, CA)

2 Injured after Motorcycle and Sedan Collide at Highway 395 and Palmdale Road (Victorville, CA)

2-Vehicle Collision in Victorville Leaves Motorcyclist with Serious Injuries

 
VICTORVILLE, CA (January 10, 2019) – Two motorists were injured Monday night in a collision at Highway 395 and Palmdale Road in Victorville.
 
Officials said the crash involved a white Toyota Camry and a black Harley Davidson motorcycle. The motorcyclist, who reportedly suffered a possible severed leg, was airlifted to an out-of-area trauma center for treatment. The driver of the Toyota received treatment at the scene for minor injuries.
 
Due to the crash, the westbound and eastbound lanes of Palmdale Road at Highway 395 were shut down to give way to the investigation.
 
The cause and circumstances leading to the crash are being investigated.
 
Motorcycle riders rarely escape injury when an accident occurs. If you are riding a motorcycle, do not underestimate the bike’s speed and strictly follow traffic laws and the conditions of the road. For other motorists, do not tailgate a motorcycle and maintain a safe following distance. Give motorcycles a full traffic lane when you pass and remember that they too have equal rights on the road.


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