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Motorcyclist Receives Major Injuries In Collision

CHP handling the investigation of the crash. Cause not immediately known.

A motorcycle and a Toyota Corolla collided late Saturday night, injuring the rider.

The collision occurred around 10:53 p.m. at the intersection of Woodbury Road and Lincoln Avenue. According to eyewitnesses, the rider was hit by the Corolla, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The rider sustained a broken leg and was transported to an area hospital, according to the CHP.

The motorcycle received major damage. It was not immediately known what kind of injuries the driver of the Corolla received, or what damage the car received.

Authorities closed off the entire intersection to clear the vehicle from the road.

The CHP is handling the investigation, deputies said.

Maria Barragan August 26, 2012 at 11:40 PM
I hope the young motorcyclist involved in the accident doesn't die. I happen to be driving by that intersection 10-15 mins. after the accident happened, and pulled over to make sure someone had called the paramedics. And was surprised at the fact that the paramedics and police didn't arrive until 20 mins. after the accident.
JNR August 27, 2012 at 04:26 AM
Maria, Thanks for adding this information. The motorcyclist is my Brother. He is in the hospital & lost his leg. Do happen to know any more info?
kelly August 27, 2012 at 03:43 PM
I'm not sure at what point I got there but I saw a black matt painted car on the corner and thought it was weird that it was parked there then the guy got back in his car and rushed off and I. Thought he looked strange cos his face looked panicked and i we had eyecontact and I remember him being extremely dark skinned with short curly hair and the car was black with possibly tinted black windows cos he was wearing a white tshirt and I thought it stood out next too all that darkness then I saw the biker moving and suddenly realised that he may have hit and run him! I called cops and left my details and they said someone would call if they needed me...don't know if any of this is relevant but wanted to leave info incase it was important
Maria Barragan August 27, 2012 at 05:36 PM
I got there 10-15 mins. after the accident, and made sure an ambulance was on the way. 20 mins. later; Sheriff cars, paramedics, and firemen arrived. The Sheriff officers got information from witnesses who saw the accident. So you might want to go and request a report from them, because a report was filed.
Sharon Green August 27, 2012 at 07:14 PM
Jeanne -- Thank you, Kelly and Maria, for stopping to help the injured young man. He is my son and an exceptional young man. We are all pulling for him that the extent of injuries is just what we see. Anyone with any further information please contact 310-386-0532 or e-mail sharongreen@realtyagent.com. Of course, as a family, we want to know what the circumstances were that led to this tragedy. I can't thank you all enough for stopping and calling for help. And thank you in advance for letting us know anything else you may remember.

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