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19 June 2017 By James Johnson 0 comments

AZUSA: Motorcyclist Killed San Gabriel Canyon Road Car Accident

AZUSA, California (June 18, 2017) —  Jonathan Shoemaker, a 46-year-old Glendora man, was riding a Ducati motorcycle when he was killed Sunday morning. His bike collided with a car on San Gabriel Canyon Road, according to a report by the California Highway Patrol.

The crash took place about 6:15 a.m. on the road also known as State Route 39. A 40-year-old man driving a 2000 Honda Civic was traveling southbound on San Gabriel Canyon Road and the 2005 Ducati motorcycle was heading northbound when the collision took place. The motorcycle crashed into the side of the Honda. Paramedics responded and transported the injured rider to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center where he was treated for blunt force trauma to his chest and later died.

Police are heading up the investigation into the crash, but preliminary results indicate that drugs and or alcohol were not factors contributing to the accident.

If you have legal questions following a traffic accident, call Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801. Our personal injury law firm provides a free consultation.

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