Paramedics responded to motorcycle-involved collision
According to a California Highway Patrol police report, on Saturday, April 14th 2018, at about 10:53 a.m., at least one person was injured ensuing a traffic collision involving several vehicles on the eastbound of State Route 134 and Forest Lawn Drive in the city of Glendale.
In addition, witness Caroline Johnson stated that the vehicle crossed double lines into the HOV where it collided with the motorcycle and involved multiple other vehicles. Moreover, the motorcycle rider was ejected from his bike, as stated by officials.
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.
Furthermore, it is unclear how many were injured, but at least one person was transported to a nearby hospital by paramedics. Moreover, authorities have not yet released any information on the injured party at this time.
Currently, this crash remains under investigation as authorities work to determine the exact cause and liable party in the crash.
Further details will be reported at a later time once the investigation has concluded.
Our May Firm staff is deeply saddened upon hearing news of this accident, and will keep the victim as well as their family and loved ones in our thoughts and prayers during this tremendously difficult time.
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