Injuries Reported in Thousand Oaks Motorcycle Accident on Via Las Brisas and Via Grande
THOUSAND OAKS, CA (March 1, 2023) – Monday night, three teenage boys suffered injuries in an electric motorcycle crash on Via Las Brisas and Via Grande.
The incident happened just before 6:00 p.m. at the intersection of Via Las Brisas and Via Grande.
According to reports, three teenage boys rode an electric motorcycle the wrong-way in a bike lane. Then, the off-road motorcycle crashed into the front end of a small Mercedes SUV.
The impact ejected the youths, who are 14, 15, and 16 years old. Then, emergency personnel responded and provided care at the scene before transporting the three to Los Robles Regional Medical Center.
Meanwhile, officers said that the three teenage boys suffered from broken bones and sustained blunt-force trauma injuries.
Moreover, officers confirmed that all three wore their helmets at the time of the crash.
More Details on the Thousand Oaks Motorcycle Accident
Also, the 47-year-old woman driving the SUV stopped, and cooperated with police. Reports confirmed that she showed no sign of being an impaired driver. The driver also sustained no injuries in the crash.
According to reports, the SUV turned right from southbound Las Brisas onto Via Grande, a small neighborhood street. Meanwhile, the motorcycle traveled north in the southbound bicycle lane on the west side of Via Las Brisas. Via Las Brisas is a major north-south road that enters the Dos Vientos neighborhood.
Moreover, the Thousand Oaks Police Department’s traffic bureau hasn’t disclosed a full analysis of the accident.
Also, the authorities haven’t issued any citations since the incident does not involve a serious violation of the law.
At this time, further details about the incident remained unavailable. Once additional information becomes available, the public will be notified.
Due to the limited information, the authorities continued to investigate the crash.
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