Doug Mann Hesperia Motorcycle Crash Main Street and Timberlane Avenue
Motorcyclist, 37, Dies After Crash on Main Street
HESPERIA (August 14, 2017) – A motorcyclist was killed after a traffic collision in the area of Main Street and Timberlane Avenue late Sunday night, August 13, according to Victor Valley News.
The accident took place around 10:06 p.m. at the intersection.
As per the article, police said a 37-year-old Hesperia man was apparently riding a 2005 Honda 1000 motorcycle west on Main Street when at the same time a 2005 Hyundai sedan was traveling east.
The crash occurred when the 22-year-old Hesperia man driving the Hyundai was preparing to turn left on Timberlane Avenue. He then collided with the motorcycle.
Hesperia Fatal Motorcycle Accident
Deputies and fire department officials responded to the scene and found the rider down in the roadway unresponsive with life-threatening injuries.
The victim who has been identified as Doug Daniel Mann was then rushed to Desert Valley Hospital where he later died.
Meanwhile, the driver of the Hyundai stayed at the scene and cooperated with the authorities. The Daily Press reported that he was treated for minor injuries. The incident prompted Main Street to be closed in both directions until 2 a.m.
We offer our prayers and most heartfelt condolences to the family members and friends of the man whose life was taken in this tragedy. We hope they will be brought peace and comfort in time.
Majority of the time fatal accidents occur when a motorist fails to focus on and fully comply with road safety measures and traffic laws. Factors such as driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, excessive speed, distracted driving, and negligence are being investigated at this time. We are hopeful that authorities will continue to gather more information and evidence to determine liability.
If your family member has been a victim of an auto accident and you believe another person is at fault, we encourage you to call Johnson Attorneys Group. We will answer all your questions and we will help you with your case. Contact us at 800-235-6801 and speak with our experienced San Bernardino County lawyer for a free case consultation.