Atascadero Resident Randolph Earl Killed in Santa Margarita Crash
Santa Margarita, CA (July 14, 2021) – On Monday, 67-year-old Randolph Earlof Atascadero died in a motorcycle crash on Highway 101.
The fatal crash took place around 9:40 p.m. in the northbound lanes near Tassajara Creek Road.
The authorities said Earl, on his Harley Davidson was northbound on the highway approaching Tassajara Creek Road. At the same time, a driver of a southbound Jeep Wrangler made a left-hand turn onto Tassajara Creek Road, in front of Earl’s motorcycle.
Earl collided into the Jeep’s passenger side and ejected from his motorcycle.
Emergency responders took him to the hospital where he died from his injuries.
On the other hand, the Jeep driver, 45-year-old Sacramento resident was not injured in the accident.
Officers do not consider drugs or alcohol to be factors in the accident.
Sweet Lawyers knows how painful it is to lose someone we love in an unforeseen motorcycle crash. Our hearts are with the family of Randolph Earl during this devastating time.
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