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22 July 2016 By James Johnson 0 comments

Motorcycle Rider Injured in Crash on Palmdale Boulevard at 215th Street

palmdale motorcycle crashPALMDALE, California (July 22, 2016) — A motorcyclist suffered injuries Friday morning in a collision with other motorists at East Palmdale Boulevard at 215th Street East, a California Highway Patrol report said.

The crash took place about 5:49 a.m. this morning. Police were told the rider was down in traffic lanes and was struck several times by multiple vehicles while he was down. A white vehicle overturned and landed on tis wheels and its female driver got out and was walking around.

The fire department sent paramedics to the scene of the crash to help the injured. The motorcycle rider was airlifted to a hospital for treatment of serious injuries.

The crash is under investigation by police to determine liability.

Motorcycle collisions are most often serious injury or deadly crashes. They are also preventable for the most part. If a negligent driver has caused a collision and you were injured or have lost a loved one, Johnson Attorneys Group is here to help at 800-235-6801. Call us for a free consultation and to find out how to preserve your legal rights.

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