Driver Pronounced Dead at the Hospital
BAKERSFIELD, California (July 10, 2016) – One person died and another sustained injuries as a result of a collision on Alfred Harrell Highway near California Living Museum, according to an article by Bakersfield Now.
The accident occurred today at around 1:00 p.m.
In detail, the article mentioned a motorcycle was occupied by two parties. The motorcycle suddenly veered of its lane and hit the south curb. The force from the impact resulted in major injuries.
Both the driver and the passenger were taken to Kern Medical where the driver has been later pronounced dead. While the passenger continued treatment at the hospital.
Due to several factors remain unclear, investigation is ongoing.
The Johnson Attorneys Group’s prayers and thoughts rest with the family members and friends of both the deceased and injured.
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