1 Killed, 2 Seriously Injured in Mountain Center Crash on Highway 74 Sunday
RIVERSIDE COUNTY (August 9, 2020) – A traffic collision along Highway 74 killed one person and seriously injured two others on Sunday afternoon.
According to an article published by The Desert Sun, officers received a call about the fatal accident at around 12:45 p.m. It happened in Mountain Center.
The California Highway Patrol said three motorcycles collided for an unknown reason on Highway 74, just west of Highway 243.
Multi-Motorcycle Crash on Highway 74 Near Highway 243
Cal Fire – Riverside County Fire Department officials along with the paramedics responded to the scene and confirmed that one individual died as a result of the crash.
Medical personnel transported two other parties to the hospital with major injuries. The names of the deceased and wounded victims have not been yet released.
Meanwhile, authorities forced all lanes of the highway to close for about an hour following the wreck. The cause of the tragic incident remains under investigation.
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