21-Year-Old Motorcyclist Pronounced Dead after Two-Vehicle Collision on Business Park Drive

ROHNERT PARK, CA (May 15, 2024) – One man died late Wednesday evening, in a motorcycle crash on Redwood and Business Park Drive.

The incident occurred at approximately 10:30 p.m., on May 8th.

Authorities responded to the scene and determined that a motorcycle and a passenger vehicle collided near the intersection. Reports indicate that the 21-year-old motorcycle rider sustained life-threatening injuries in the crash.
Medics quickly transported the motorcyclist to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital. In addition, responding medics the driver and two occupants of the vehicle to the same hospital for further treatment.
Despite life-saving efforts, medics later pronounced the motorcyclist deceased. The police have not yet released his identity. A preliminary investigation revealed that the vehicle was traveling northbound on Redwood Drive while the motorcycle was headed south.
The vehicle then made a left turn into the path of the motorcycle, resulting in the collision. Following initial assessments, alcohol or drugs were not suspected as factors in the incident. The Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety is conducting further investigations, and witnesses are urged to contact police as soon as possible.

The team at Sweet James sends out their heartfelt sympathies to the friends and family of the deceased man who are grieving over the loss of their loved one.
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