Power Outage Caused By Fatal San Luis Obispo Motorcycle Accident

According to the San Luis Obispo Tribune, a 53-year-old native of San Luis Obispo died in a motorcycle accident after colliding with an automobile on Monday, December 16. The motorcyclist was driving down Buckley road, approaching Esperanza Lane around 6 p.m. when an 80-year-old man driving a Toyota truck made a left turn up ahead.

The truck’s turn was initiated too quickly for the 53-year-old motorcyclist to engage in an evasive maneuver. Then, the motorcyclist made contact with the back end of the truck and was launched from his motorcycle. Unfortunately, the motorcyclist landed on the pavement in the path of an oncoming 2010 Honda Pilot. After running over the motorcyclist, the Honda driver then swerved so as not to hit the motorcycle and collided with a power line. Three hundred and fifty homes lost electricity for the following four hours.

I Was Injured In A Motorcycle Accident That Was Not My Fault And I Need An Attorney

Lacking the protective shielding of a car, the motorcyclist must face the grim reality that even minor accidents can prove fatal. Furthermore, most deadly motorcycle accidents are caused by forces outside of the motorcyclist’s control, such as bad weather, adverse road conditions, negligent drivers and defective parts.  If you or a loved one was in a motorcycle accident and suffered from lacerations, road rash, loss of limbs, traumatic brain injuriesspinal cord injuries and/or death, we can help. For more information or free legal advice, contact us. To schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our accident attorneys, call today at (866) 377-3700.

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Source: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2013/12/17/2839564/motorcyclist-killed-buckley-road.html

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