Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in Accident on Highway 9 and Pool Drive
BOULDER CREEK (September 25, 2018) – A motorcyclist was seriously injured after a traffic collision along Highway 9 on Sunday afternoon, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch team.
CHP first logged the incident when a motorcycle and a vehicle collided for an unknown reason in the area of Highway 9 and Pool Drive.
Paramedics responded to the scene and attended to the rider who suffered major injuries as a result of the crash.
The patient was then transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. The name and condition of the patient remained unknown.
Meanwhile, the dispatch did not specify whether or not the driver of the car involved stopped following the wreck. Authorities are still investigating what exactly caused the accident.
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A forensic examination of both the motorcycle and the vehicle, as well as photos that were taken of the scene, will help investigators determine the cause of the crash. Authorities will thoroughly look into how fast each driver was going, whether or not alcohol or drugs played a role, whether or not there were any mechanical issues with either the bike or the car, and whether or not one of the drivers involved was distracted or did not yield to the right of way motorist. The investigation will also consist of looking at measurements of evidence left by the motorcycle or the vehicle such as point of impact, their final resting positions, skid marks, and gouge marks.
A victim of a motorcycle accident may have the right to pursue a personal injury lawsuit, seeking a compensation for all the hospital bills, future medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
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