Man Injured in San Diego Motorcycle Accident
SAN DIEGO, CA (March 13, 2019) – A 35-year-old male motorcyclist sustained major injuries after crashing into a stop sign on March 12.
According to San Diego Police Officer John Buttle, the incident occurred shortly before 5:25 p.m. on Diamond Street and Lamont Street.
Buttle revealed that the motorcyclist in a 2013 Harley-Davidson motorcycle stopped at a stop sign facing eastbound on Diamond Street. However, he accelerated and tried to turn right onto Lamont Street.
As a result, the rider lost control of his vehicle and went off the road before colliding into a stop sign.
Medical responders transported him to a hospital with major internal injuries as well as facial injuries.
Meanwhile, Buttle added that the traffic division officers are currently investigating the collision. Furthermore, the authorities do not believe that drugs or alcohol are a factor in the collision.
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