Motorcyclist Crashes Into Cyclists, Serious Injuries Reported

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We have been seeing way too many accidents taking place in California as of late. Unfortunately, these accidents are resulting in deaths and major injuries.

While it breaks our hearts that this is a reality, we also know that if we do not talk about this, more people will be exposed to serious risks.

The latest accident to have happened in California involved a motorcyclist who, unfortunately, hit three men riding their bicycles.

The motorcycle rider was allegedly intoxicated at the time of the accident. As a result, he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into the three cyclists while on Auberry Road.

The California Highway Patrol officials who responded to the scene say that when the motorcycle rider hit the three cyclists, he was trying to regain control of his motorcycle. Later, as they investigated, they learned the rider was intoxicated at the time of the accident. The man was then arrested on felony DUI charges.

The cyclists who were the victims in this tragic CA accident story were rushed to the hospital suffering from major injuries.

The motorcycle rider also suffered injuries, which were minor.

We hope that motorcyclists who are reading this understand that riding while intoxicated is just as dangerous and deadly as driving a passenger vehicle while intoxicated. We hope that others learn their lesson by learning from this rider’s so they won’t have to go through the same.

We also hope that the riders involved in this tragic accident are being able to recover fully and quickly. We also hope they have the support and help they require in this time of need.

For more on this accident, follow this link.

For similar reports of accidents and other issues that may help you to avoid accidents, continue to read our blog regularly. It’s because we want our readers and clients to be better and safer drivers at all times that we report on accidents and other bits of information that may impact them.

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