FAIRFIELD, CA - One Killed in Motorcycle Crash on 80 Freeway near 680 Freeway Interchange

FAIRFIELD, CA – One Killed in Motorcycle Crash on 80 Freeway near 680 Freeway Interchange

Evening Motorcycle Crash on 80 Freeway in Fairfield Ends in Fatality

 
FAIRFIELD, CA (March 27, 2019) – At least one person were killed following a motorcycle crash Wednesday evening in Fairfield.
 
The fatal crash happened around 8:45 p.m. along the eastbound lanes of 80 Freeway, just near 680 Freeway interchange.
 
According to the CHP, the motorcycle jumped off the freeway and ended up in a nearby ditch. The two riders on the motorcycle were reportedly down on the ground and were bleeding from the crash.
 
Multiple crews from the Fairfield Fire Department, along with a battalion chief, responded to the scene. Two medic ambulance crews also arrived to assist.
 
Despite life-saving efforts, at least one of the patients did not survive and was declared dead.
 
The roadway was closed for the investigation until around 10:50 p.m.
 
No identifying information is being released at this time. We will continue to update this post as new details are released.


With thoughts of peace and comfort, we would like to send our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of deceased.


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