67-Year-Old Man Killed in Motorcycle Collision near Bisby Lake Avenue

SAN DIEGO, CA (February 20, 2023) – Monday morning, Dana Terry was pronounced dead after a motorcycle crash on Navajo Road.

The deadly collision occurred just before 6:00 a.m., at the intersection of Navajo Road and Bisby Lake Avenue.

Per reports, the driver of a 2020 Kia Soul ran through a red light directly into the path of a westbound 1986 Yamaha SRX-6 motorcycle. After applying his brakes in attempt to avoid a collision, the rider lost control and struck the Kia.

Upon impact, the rider was ejected from the motorcycle onto the road. Responding personnel arrived and transported 67-year-old Terry, of El Cajon to Sharp Memorial Hospital in critical condition. Medics later pronounced him dead due to multiple blunt force injuries.

Meanwhile, authorities took the 51-year-old female Kia driver in custody; however, police did not clarify the charges. At this time, the San Bernardino Police Department traffic division is in charge of the investigation.

The team at Sweet James offers their warm and sincerest sympathies to the friends and family of Dana Terry. May you find comfort and strength during this difficult time.

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