Wildomar Man Shane James Dies in Dirt Bike Accident on Airport Boulevard
Thermal, CA (January 26, 2020) – On Sunday, 26-year-old Shane James died following a motorcycle accident in the 85-500 block of Airport Boulevard.
Moreover, the fatal crash involved the Wildomar’s man dirt bike and a forklift.
According to Cal Fire, around 6 PM, Mr. James’ motorcycle collided with a forklift on the boulevard.
As a result, Shane James died from the injuries he sustained, around 40 minutes later.
On the other hand, authorities say the forklift operator did not sustain any injuries from the accident.
The California Highway Patrol continues to investigate the cause of the collision.
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