Motorcycle Crash on Broadway Street and Highland Avenue in Eureka kills one person
According to a local news report, on Wednesday afternoon, May 2nd, 2018, approximately 2:41 pm, a motorcycle collision took the life of one man on Broadway Street and Highland Avenue in Eureka.
Reportedly, the man who was killed in the collision was identified as Dustin Finson, 33-year-old man, stated the officials.
In addition, Finson was riding a 2002 Yamaha motorcycle heading north on Broadway Street when a vehicle collided with him as it was attempting to turn left from Highland Avenue onto southbound Broadway Street, mentioned the officials. Moreover, Finson attempted to avoid the collision with the vehicle by swerving but ended up broadsiding the vehicle, stated the article.
Furthermore, the vehicle involved in the collision was identified as a 2006 Toyota Solara, mentioned the officials.
As mentioned, the emergency personnel arrived on the scene to find the rider in a critical condition and rushed him to a trauma center where he was pronounced dead, stated the article.
Additionally, the driver of the Toyota Solara that was involved in the collision was identified as Samantha Hanna, of Eureka, mentioned the officials.
Moreover, Samantha and her four passengers were not injured from the incident, stated the authorities.
It is unknown at this time if alcohol and or drugs were a factor in this incident.
Several lanes of traffic were blocked as authorities worked to clear the accident and a tow truck was required for the vehicles involved in the accident, as stated by authorities.
Currently, this incident is under review in an ongoing investigation by the authorities, and further details will be reviewed and released to the public as it is determined.
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