Motorcycle Rider Injured in Crash on 405 Freeway [Los Angeles, CA]

Motorcycle Rider Injured in Crash on 405 Freeway [Los Angeles, CA]

Motorcycle Rider Injured in Crash on 405 Freeway [Los Angeles, CA]

SUVs and Motorcycle Involved in Collision near Howard Hughes Parkway

 
LOS ANGELES, CA (December 11, 2018) – A motorcycle rider was injured in a crash on northbound 405 Freeway, Tuesday morning.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision took place at approximately 8:21 AM, just south of Howard Hughes Parkway. Based on their report, the victim was down after colliding with a Toyota Highlander and another SUV. The cause of the pile-up was not not yet determined.
 
The paramedics were requested for needed medical attention. They confirmed that the rider suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the incident.
 
All involved vehicles were moved to the right side of the road while rescue, recovery and clearing operations took place. Police are still investigating the cause of the crash and have not confirmed any details. It is not known if drugs and alcohol are contributing factors in the collision, and no further details have been disclosed to the public at this time.
 
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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