Sacramento Motorcycle Collision — A Sacramento motorcycle collision during the morning hours at an intersection on November 14 left one rider with major injuries as the driver of the vehicle reportedly fled the scene. According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), a green pickup was said to have left the site of the Sacramento motorcycle collision at a high rate of speed. Two motorcycle riders were involved in the accident, the extent of injuries has yet to be reported; however, both riders were wearing helmets at the time of the crash.
Sacramento Motorcycle Collision Details
The accident occurred at the intersection of Lemon Hill Avenue and Sampson Boulevard in South Sacramento at around 8:22 in the morning, causing at least one of the two motorcycles to crash. Sacramento Fire Department personnel, along with paramedics, were called to the scene to assess injuries to the riders. It was reported that two people fled in a pickup northbound on Sampson. It is unknown at this time whether the driver of the fleeing vehicle has been apprehended. The Sacramento motorcycle collision will be investigated by the CHP as to cause.