Lancaster Accident Kills Lake Hughes Man Nicholas Descisciolo
Lancaster, CA (May 26, 2021) – On Monday, 33-year-old Nicholas Descisciolo from Lake Hughes, died in Avenue J-8 Motorcycle crash.
The accident happened at around 11:54 at the Challenger Way intersection.
Apparently, officers said a driver ran a red light in a Lancaster intersection.
Officers said a female adult in a Honda was westbound on Avenue J-8 and reportedly did not stop for the red signal.
Descisciolo on a Honda motorcycle was northbound on Challenger Way and reportedly had a green signal light.
As Descisciolo entered the intersection, the female adult crashed into him.
As a result, Descisciolo was ejected from his motorcycle. Then, the motorcycle crashed into a Kia that was parked at a red light on Avenue J-8, facing eastbound.
Officers pronounced Descisciolo dead at the scene by responding paramedics.
Meanwhile, “The cause of the collision is still being investigated. The speeds of this collision are still under investigation. At this time it appears alcohol or drugs did not play a roll,” the sheriff’s news release states.
Please call the the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station at 661-948-8466 if you know anything about the crash.
Sweet Lawyers knows how painful it is to lose someone we love in an unforeseen motorcycle crash. Our hearts are with the family of Nicholas Descisciolo during this devastating time.
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