47-Year-Old Motorcycle Rider Fatally Struck by Range Rover on Arrow Route

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA (December 21, 2021) – Friday morning, Justin Palmer was killed in a motorcycle collision on Hermosa Avenue.

According to police, the collision happened at about 7:39 a.m., near Arrow Route and Hermosa Avenue.

Upon arriving to the scene, first responders located 47-year-old Palmer, of Ontario lying on the ground.

At the time, he had been conscious despite suffering from serious wounds. Paramedics transported him to a local hospital for treatment where he later succumbed to his injuries.

According to reports, Palmer was heading west on his motorcycle on Arrow Route when he collided with a Range Rover traveling eastbound.

The 56-year-old SUV driver from La Verne remained at the scene to cooperate with the investigation.

The incident led to the closure of the highway for a brief time, as responders cleaned up the wreckage and conducted preliminary duties.

Those with further information are encouraged to contact local authorities as soon as possible.

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