Josiah Moy Gonzalez Dies, Michelle Cuiniche Hospitalized in Arroyo Grande Accident
Arroyo Grande, CA (September 08, 2021)– On Saturday, Michelle Cuiniche was injured, whileJosiah Moy Gonzalez of San Fernando, died in a motorcycle crash on Lopez Drive.
Moreover, the fatal crash took place minutes before 8 p.m. east of Grieb Ranch Way.
Officers said 29-year-old Gonzalez rode westbound on Lopez Drive. Suddenly, for unknown reasons, his motorcycle crossed into oncoming traffic.
As a result, his bike collided with an oncoming car.
Gonzalez was thrown from the motorcycle and died at the scene.
Meanwhile, the Kia driver from Bakersfield did not sustain injuries in the accident.
However, reports said the paramedics treated the Kia passenger for minor injuries. Responders transported the Bakersfield woman, Ms. Cuiniche, to Sierra Vista Hospitalfor treatment.
CHP is asking any witnesses of the collision to contact Officer Clissold at (805) 594-8700.
Sweet Lawyers extends our condolences to the family of Josiah Moy Gonzalez. Our thoughts are with you during this painful time.
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