Fatal Redondo Beach Motorcycle Accident
REDONDO BEACH, Calif. (August 6, 2018) – A motorcyclist who died Sunday afternoon has been identified as Daniel Valerio, 64, of Hawthorne.
The rider was in a collision with another vehicle at a Redondo Beach intersection.
The crash took place about 4:30 p.m. on August 5th at Manhattan Beach Boulevard and Redondo Beach Avenue, the Redondo Beach Police Department said.
The man was rushed to a hospital by paramedics, but sadly he was pronounced dead at a hospital, the Los Angeles County Coronr’s office said.
Police closed down the intersection to conduct an investigation into what happened.
California Wrongful Death Investigation
At this time, we do not know all the facts about this case. It’s unknown which motorist had the right-of-way at the intersection or whether or not speed was a factor. Police are piecing together evidence and speaking to witnesses to determine fault.
We extend our heartfelt prayers to the family of the motorcyclist at this difficult time.
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