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30 December 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

COLTON: Martin Carder, 54, Killed in Motorcycle Accident on 12th Street

San Bernardino accidentCOLTON, California (December 30, 2014) – Martin Carder, 54, of San Bernardino was killed Monday afternoon in a car accident while riding his motorcycle on 12th Street, near H Street, according to a press release by the San Bernardino County Sheriff Coroner.

About 2:58 p.m., Carder was riding his motorcycle southbound on 12th Street when he was hit by the driver of a Toyota Camry who was heading westbound on H Street at the time. The map shows there are stop signs for traffic traveling on 12th Street, but not for H Street.

Paramedics responded to the scene of the crash and quickly transported Carder by ambulance to a nearby hospital where he later died at 3:34 p.m., the report said.

The Colton Police Department is investigating the fatal crash to determine liability and will soon issue a report with their findings.

“My condolences go out to the family of Mr. Carder as they cope with this tragedy,” said Attorney James Johnson.

If you have legal questions after a car accident, contact Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801 for a free consultation.

 

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