Stanton Man, 40, Killed in Crash with Trash Truck in Westiminster
WESTMINSTER, Calif. (Jan. 10, 2019) — Jeffrey Isaacson, 40, of Stanton, was killed Wednesday when his motorcycle and a garbage truck collided on a street in Westminster, according to the Orange County Coroner.
The collision was reported at 7:21 a.m. between the two motorists at an undisclosed location in Westminster. The Stanton man died of his injuries upon impact at the scene, the report stated.
The Westminster Police Department is heading up the investigation into the crash.
Westminster Accident Investigation
Once all evidence is collected and witnesses questioned, police will determine liability for this collision.
At this time, we do not know which driver had the right of way, whether or not there were any distractions or if speed was a factor. In cases such as this, one or both of the people involved could be held liable. It all depends on the specific facts of this collision. Were there witnesses to the collision? Video surveillance or drive cam footage? Indeed, there are many unanswered questions including whether or not alcohol or drugs were factors.
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