BORREGO SPRINGS, California (January 4, 2015) — A 59-year-old Corona man died on New Year’s Day when his motorcycle collided head-on with another motorcyclist in the Anza Borrego Desert, according to a report by the San Diego County Medical Examiner.
The man had been riding his motorcycle with friends and family when the crash took place about 3:43 p.m. Police say the man was leading the group, but he missed a turn. As he slowed down to turn around, a large cloud of dust kicked up and as he began to head back in the other direction he was struck by a motorcyclist in his group that did not see him. The two bikes crashed head-on and both riders were ejected. The Corona man died of his injuries at the scene, but the other rider was airlifted to a local trauma center in Riverside County where his condition was in acute status.
“This is a tragedy for the family of this man and my condolences go out to them at this difficult time,” said Attorney James Johnson.
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