Alameda County, CA: Hit-and-Run Motorcycle Crash in Castro Valley
Alameda County, California (March 15, 2018): The California Highway Patrol is conducting an active investigation into a hit-and-run crash in Castro Valley, CA, on Sunday afternoon, March 11, 2018. Only limited details have been made publicly available while investigators continue to gather information about the incident.
Officials believe the accident happened just before 4:00 p.m. when a motorcycle was struck by a gray 1990 Acura Integra in the eastbound lanes of 580 Freeway, slightly west of the Redwood Road on-ramp. Emergency response crews were swiftly dispatched to the scene and the motorcyclist was taken by paramedics to Eden Medical Center, though no information on the severity of the injuries sustained has been released and no updates on the victim’s condition have been provided.
Authorities are still searching for the driver of the Acura who failed to stop after the collision and was last seen continuing east on the Freeway. The Acura likely has damage to the front right bumper. Anyone with information should contact the California Highway Patrol as soon as possible.
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