A man and his female passenger were killed after they were ejected from motorcycle in Sacramento
According to an article from Fox 40 News, there was a solo motorcycle crash along State Route 244 in Sacramento that left the rider and his passenger dead as a result.
As mentioned in the report, the accident occurred when Bobby Potts, the motorcycle rider, and his passenger, Cathrin Nevin, traveled eastbound along the highway at about 2:01 a.m. when they crossed Auburn Boulevard.
Sacramento Police stated that the two crashed when they approached a Heritage Oaks Hospital parking lot. Apparently, Potts failed to stop in time and the motorcycle skidded into a tree before the two were ejected.
Hospital staff as well as officers attempted to rescue the two victims, sources said. Both were unfortunately pronounced dead at the scene of the motorcycle crash.
Currently, the Sacramento Police Department is investigating the cause and liability of this fatal motorcycle accident and will report their findings in a later statement. It is unknown if alcohol or drugs played a factor in the fatal collision.
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