Teenager Riding Pocket Bike Killed in Crash at Broadway and 91st Place
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (Sept. 4, 2018) – Jalen McFrazier, 17, of Los Angeles, has been identified as the teenage boy killed when a Pocket Bike and a car collided in South Los Angeles, according to the Los Angeles Police Department’s South Traffic Division.
A second teenage boy was hurt in the collision reported at 12:40 p.m. Saturday at Broadway and 91st Place, police said. The two boys were riding a Pocket Bike or miniature motorcycle, a vehicle which is illegal to ride on public streets in California.
McFrazier died of his injuries at the scene, meanwhile the other boy was injured and treated by arriving paramedics. The condition of the second boy was not disclosed.
The man driving the car involved in the crash stopped to help the two teenagers.
Motorcycle Crash Investigation
A full investigation into what caused this collision is underway. Police will piece together evidence and speak with witnesses to determine fault.
We extend our heartfelt prayers to the family of the teen who died as well as the injured boy.
There are many steps that should be taken following a collision to ensure your legal rights are protected, but this can vary depending on the circumstances. If injuries are involved, it’s important to get medical help right away to document your injuries and ensure the best possible recovery. If someone has died, a wrongful death claim may be pursued by surviving family members.
We hope you are able to get the help you need, but if not call us at 855-703-4186 to request a free consultation.
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