NOTE: Correcting: the motorcyclist was a man.
A 23-year-old Westminster man died after his motorcycle collided with an automobile Friday morning in Huntington Beach.
According to Motor Sergeant Eric Warken of the HBPD, the crash took place around 9:25 a.m. in the area of Beach Boulevard and Garfield Avenue.
Arriving officers found a green 2009 Kawasaki motorcycle in the intersection of Beach and Clay Avenue. The motorcycle was on its side and had extensive damage.
The rider was on the ground and “unresponsive.” He was taken to UCI Medical Center in Orange where he was pronounced dead. The rider did not have a license to operate a motorcycle, according to police.
The automobile, a white 2016 Toyota Corolla, had suffered damage to the passenger side. The driver, a 58-year-old Huntington Beach man, remained at the scene and cooperated.
Anyone with information about the incident – including video footage of the area – is asked to contact the HBPD at (714) 536-5666 or (714) 536-5670.
Categories: Huntington Beach
False report that was my Nephew not a woman he was seconds from entering U HAUL after a dispute over the phone of not putting gas in the truck, He was there to show receipt. All they had to do was add to his credit card. I his Aunt went the next day and got a copy of transaction charge was on there. He died because a staff member gave him problems over a gas dispute. He lost his life for what a ten dollar dispute.