Motorcyclist Fatally Struck in Collision near Four Seasons Boulevard

BEAUMONT, CA (January 4, 2022)Alejandro Mejia was fatally struck in a motorcycle accident on Potrero Boulevard, Monday afternoon.

Per Beaumont Police Department, the incident happened at the intersection of Potrero and Four Seasons Boulevard around 12:50 p.m.

Yucaipa resident Mejia, 29, was riding a motorcycle when he collided with a pickup-truck. However, further circumstances leading up to the accident remain unclear.

Reports indicate that the involved pickup-truck driver remained at the scene to cooperate with authorities. Police said witnesses had attempted to revive Mejia before first responders arrived.

Despite life-saving-efforts, medics pronounced Mejia dead at the scene. Based on initial investigation, drugs and/or alcohol did not seem to have influenced the crash.

Authorities closed both sides of Potrero Boulevard between Seneca Springs Boulevard and Highland Springs Avenue during the investigation.

With the investigation still ongoing, anyone with relevant information is urged to contact the Beaumont Police Department at 951-769-8500.

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