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20 July 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

CITY OF INDUSTRY: Motorcycle Crash at Pellissier Place and Peck Road

city of industry motorcycle accident pellissier place and peck roadCITY OF INDUSTRY (July 20, 2016)- A motorcyclist was seriously injured Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Pellissier Place and Peck Road.

The incident involved a motorcycle and a white van and occurred at roughly 3:36 p.m.

Per the California Highway Patrol, the motorcycle rider required transportation to a medical center via an emergency airship.

CHP officials described the scene as a light pole was struck causing wires to be exposed as both vehicles incurred extensive damage.

No details were disclosed regarding the specific cause of the collision as the incident remains under investigation.


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