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11 July 2016 By James Johnson 0 comments

Motorcyclist Killed in 3 Vehicle Crash on West Mission Bay Drive in San Diego

fatal crash san diegoSAN DIEGO, California (July 11, 2016) — A motorcyclist died Friday night when he sped off and sideswiped a car, then rear-ended an SUV before being ejected from the bike in the 2400 block of West Mission Bay Drive, according to a report by the San Diego Police Department.

The crash took place on July 8 about 8:23 p.m. shortly after the motorcyclist allegedly pulled up next to a driver in a Lamborghini and revved his engine. Next, the rider reportedly took off at a high rate of speed and sideswiped a Geo Prism before hitting the back of a 2016 Ford Explorer SUV. The rider was thrown off the motorcycle into the center median where he died of his injuries.

The San Diego Police Traffic Division is heading up an investigation into the crash.

The report does not state whether or not anyone else was hurt in the collision.

All of us at Johnson Attorneys Group offer our sincere condolences to the family of the man who died in this terrible crash.

If you were injured or have lost a loved one in a crash due to a negligent driver, Johnson Attorneys Group can help by providing a free legal consultation at 800-235-6801.



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