Motorcyclist Dies After Crashing into Vehicle in San Bernardino
According to a recent article from the San Bernardino Sun, there was a motorcycle crash on Wednesday evening in which Michael Patrick Paulsen, 36, was killed.
The Highland resident, Michael Patrick Paulsen, was reportedly traveling on his motorcycle around 6:30 p.m. in the 2600 block of Orange Street just before he crashed into another vehicle.
As a result, Paulsen was thrown from his bike, causing life-threatening injuries.
Authorities arrived at the scene and paramedics took Paulsen to St. Bernardine Medical Center where he passed away shortly after.
In the article, it was not mentioned how the accident occurred or what caused the motorcyclist to crash into the vehicle.
Currently, San Bernardino police are investigating the collision and will release further information at a later time. Paulsen’s family has set up a Go Fund Me account for anyone who may be willing to help with the expenses associated with his death.
“It is a sad misconception that motorcycle accidents are often the fault of the motorcyclist,” said San Diego attorney Robert May. “It is important to have motorcycle accident investigations to accurately find the sequence of events and the cause of the accident.”
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