Ojai, CA – One Person Killed, Two Injured in Motorcycle Collision
Ojai, CA (November 6, 2018) – Police say that one person was killed and two others were seriously injured in an Ojai motorcycle collision on Saturday morning, November 3. The accident took place on Highway 33.
At the time, the motorcyclist was riding along on a Suzuki bike traveling northbound when he went over the yellow lines suddenly, colliding head-on with a Toyota Prius. The accident took place around 10:40 a.m. that morning.
The motorcyclist died at the scene before paramedics arrived. 35-year-old man driving the Prius and a 29-year-old female were also involved, both of which received minor injuries.
Police continue to investigate the circumstances of the accident at this time.
Ojai Motorcycle Accident
We would like to, first and foremost, extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the loved one who lost their life in this serious and life-changing motorcycle accident. Motorcycle accidents have the ability to bring extremely deadly and severe results, as those involved are vulnerable parties on our roadways. If you have lost somebody closest to you in a motorcycle accident, you might wonder where you can turn during this difficult time.
Our experienced team is here for you at the Los Angeles Injury Group, where we want you to understand that you have rights after somebody has been taken from you after the negligent actions of another party on our roads. You never have to fight alone when it comes to your wrongful death case when you have a trusted attorney on your side. Do not hesitate to call us today for more information on where to turn at 310-954-7248.
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