CORONA: Motorcyclist Injured in Crash on SR-91 Freeway and I-15 Freeway
Riverside Car Accident Attorney Reports Witnesses Have Two Different Versions of How Accident Took Place
CORONA, California (March 31, 2014) — A motorcyclist suffered moderate injuries Monday morning in a collision with the drivers of a red sports vehicle and another driver on the State Route 91 Freeway just west of the Interstate 15 Freeway, according to a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.
About 9:20 a.m., CHP officers received a report about a crash between the two drivers in the No. 1 and HOV lanes of the 91 freeway. One witness told police that the motorcyclist “slammed into the back of the vehicle.”
A second witness told authorities that “the vehicle intentionally cut off the motorcycle,” the report said.
The Corona Fire Department also responded with paramedics to treat the injured riding, but the report did not indicate whether he was transported to a local hospital.
A second driver failed to stop after the collision, but pulled over at a nearby gas station at 6th Street and Grand where she called CHP officers. The report said she kept driving because “her little brother was scared.” Police sent a patrol car to meet up with the driver and interview her.
“Motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable to injury on our busy freeways here in Southern California,” said Riverside Car Accident Attorney James Johnson. “All drivers should be courteous when they are in the presence of motorcyclists and other vulnerable people on our roadways such as pedestrians and bicyclists.”
–Johnson Attorneys Group, Riverside, California