Motorcyclist Killed in Long Beach Car Crash
LONG BEACH, Calif. (April 5, 2021) — A fatal Long Beach motorcycle accident happened Sunday afternoon at Magnolia Avenue and 32nd Street.
The collision, involving a 2001 Yamaha motorcycle and a 2017 Honda Civic, happened about 1:45 p.m. on April 4th, according to the Long Beach Police Department.
The motorcyclist was traveling northbound on Magnolia Avenue, a residential street with posted speed limits of 35 mph. Meanwhile, a 71-year-old Long Beach woman was westbound on 32nd street, according to KTLA 5 News. The woman’s Honda Civic reportedly stopped at the stop sign before continuing to drive westbound across Magnolia Avenue. The car pulled out into the path of the motorcyclist who had the right-of-way. There is no stop sign on Magnolia Avenue, but there is a stop sign for drivers traveling on 32nd Street.
Long Beach Crash Magnolia Avenue
The two vehicles collided and both people were hurt. Sadly, the motorcyclist died of his injuries at the scene. Paramedics treated the woman for undisclosed injuries following the crash.
Police are reviewing evidence and witness statements to determine if speed was a factor in the Long Beach motorcycle accident.
Meanwhile, police are urging witnesses to contact Detective S. Loughlin of 562-570-5520 or to remain anonymous call 800-222-8477, or visit www.LACrimeStoppers.org
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