Two Dead in Fatal Beverly Hills Motorcycle Accident

A Beverly Hills motorcycle accident late last month left two people dead, according to RNRF News. On the afternoon of July 28, a 28-year-old woman was driving her 2009 Nissan on Marc Knighton Ct. Around that same time, a 64-year-old man and a 50-year-old woman were riding a motorcycle northbound on C.R. 491.

As both vehicles reached the intersection of Marc Knighton Ct and C.R. 491, the driver of the Nissan pulled her car onto C.R. 491 headed northbound. However, in the course of doing so, she pulled into the path of the motorcycle, which collided with her car. The collision ejected the man and the woman from the motorcycle and sent them flying into the southbound lanes, where they crashed onto the pavement.

Both the man and woman were transported to the hospital. He was taken to Seven Rivers Hospital, and she was taken to Citrus Memorial. However, the injuries to both still proved fatal. It was not reported whether the driver of the Nissan received medical attention, only that she was cited with one count of violating right of way and released.

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