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Man Airlifted After Bicycle Crash on Highway 18 [Apple Valley, CA]

Man Airlifted After Bicycle Crash on Highway 18 [Apple Valley, CA]

Car Hits Homeless Man Riding A Bicycle In Bass Hill Road Collision

 
APPLE VALLEY, CA (September 5, 2019) – Paramedics airlifted a man after a bicycle crash on Highway 18 on early Thursday morning.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision happened near the intersection of Bass Hill Road at approximately 5:41 AM. Based on the report, the victim is a homeless man riding a bicycle. He attempted to cross over to the south side on a red light when a 2009 Chevy Cobalt, driven by a 44-year-old female resident of Victorville, hit him.
 
Paramedics airlifted the man, a 43-year-old transient of Apple Valley, to Loma Linda University for a complaint of pain. An update on his condition is not available. However, the driver of the vehicle did not sustain any injuries.
 
Anyone with information is asked to call the Apple Valley Police Department at 760-240-7400. However, an investigation by the authorities is on-going.
 
Pay attention and consider small vehicles like motorcycles and bicycles because these are more prone to road accidents than bigger vehicles. Weaving in and out of lanes is dangerous. Always stay at your lane and be aware of the presence of other motorists around you.


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