CORONA, California (May 12, 2014) – A police motorcycle officer who was splitting lanes crashed into the back of a Hyundai sedan in the Nos. 1 and HOV lanes Monday morning on the westbound Highway 91 at Green River Road, according to a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.
About 5:58 a.m., CHP officers were told the rider who went down was wearing a black uniform and black helmet and appeared to be moving. The rider then began standing up after the crash, but was likely injured.
Corona Fire Department sent emergency workers to the scene of the crash to assist the injured rider. The report did not indicate whether anyone in the Hyundai was injured in the crash.
”Those involved in this type of collision should seek immediate medical attention for any injuries,” said Attorney James Johnson. “Any delays in treatment could make a claim for compensation more difficult or could hurt the value of your potential case.”
If you have legal questions after being injured in an accident, contact Johnson Attorneys Group for a free, no-obligation legal consultation. We can explain to you what your options are and how the process works as well as get you the medical attention you need for a full recovery.
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