Motorcycle down on I-405.

Motorcycle vs Car on I-405, 19SEP2009

On the morning of the 19th around 06:13 the driver of a white Hyundai lost control of her vehicle ending up facing southbound in northbound lanes, striking a red sport motorcycle in the process. No critical injuries were apparent on scene. Immediately following the accident two seconday collisions occured. A PT Cruiser struck the downed motorcycle, then a Jeep Wrangler rear ended a full size van which was trying to avoid the debris on the interstate.

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ben says ... on Thursday, Sep 24 at 11:59 PM

I sure hope the motorcyclist is ok Im a rider myself

Turbo says ... on Thursday, Sep 24 at 9:33 PM

How about a minimum or 2 seconds behind the vehicle in front of you --- better yet a car length for every 10 mph --- double it if roads are wet! Vehicles are to be driven, not used as dressing rooms, make-up parlors, work areas, or breakfast tables!!

Jay says ... on Tuesday, Sep 22 at 1:41 AM

Too fast for conditions...HELLO IT'S RAINING!!

WhatAtool says ... on Monday, Sep 21 at 6:52 PM

The title should have read "Woman driver causes crash and takes out innocent motorcyclist."

JATok says ... on Monday, Sep 21 at 6:47 AM

This was not a case of motorcycle vs car.....it was an accident! Motorcycle riders ususally do get the worst end of any accident. I certainly hope the motorcycle rider was okay. He/she did nothing wrong.

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