Thousand Oaks Motorcycle Crash Kills Christopher Grabau, Injures Another
Thousand Oaks, CA (July 20, 2021)– on Sunday, 63-year-old Christopher Grabau of Ventura died, while another motorcyclist, a 55-year-old Utah man was injured in Potrero Road crash.
The accident took place at about 1:50 p.m. east of Lake Sherwood Drive.
Grabau on his motorcycle was westbound on Potrero Road at a high rate of speed. After his motorcycle went over a rise in the road, it crashed with another motorcyclist bound in the same lane ahead of him.
As a result, Grabau and the Utah man were both thrown from their motorcycles.
Grabau sustained fatal injuries while the other motorcyclist incurred minor injuries.
We at Sweet Lawyers would like to send our heartfelt sympathies to the loved ones of Christopher Grabau. Our thoughts are with you during this challenging time.
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