Two Hurt in Motorcycle Collision near Main Street

JAMESTOWN, CA (September 26, 2022) – Friday afternoon, Alenso Torres and Magdalena Torres were injured in a motorcycle crash.

The incident happened shortly after 12:00 p.m., near Main Street on September 23rd. According to initial reports, 15 motorcycles were heading north on Main Street led by 43-year-old Jonathan Gutierrez.

Investigators say Gutierrez was riding a 2016 Harley Davidson motorcycle and attempted to turn right in the eastbound lane.

There, 55-year-old Alenso Torres, stepped on the gas, causing the front tire to go airborne. As a result, Alenso struck the ride side of the motorcycle operated by Guitierrez.

The impact ejected Alenso and Magdalena onto the road, where they sustained various injuries. Meanwhile, Gutierrez remained uninjured.

Following preliminary investigations, police did not suspect that drugs or alcohol were a potential factor. At this time, an active investigation is underway.

To prevent motor vehicle accidents, stay alert and drive defensively. When crossing a busy intersection, exercise due caution. Always activate your turn signal or blinker before making any turns. Be aware of your blind spots and pull into the roadway slowly. If you are turning in a road where there is no dedicated left-turn signal or lane, be patient and make sure there is no obstruction to your view.

It is important to have strong legal representation on your side when injured in a motorcycle accident. Reach out to the personal injury attorneys at Sweet James today. With 20 years of experience in the field, they know what it takes to help you win your case. Their team understands what you are going through, and they are here to help you seek justice and compensation. Call their office at (800) 975-3435 for a free and confidential case evaluation. You can reach them 24 hours a day and 7 days a week through email, text, and online chat. Click here to request a police report.

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