Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in a Crash in Central Fresno[CA]
Fresno, CA ( August 4, 2021 ) – Thursday night, July 22, a motorcyclist sustained injuries after colliding with a van, resulting a major crash in central Fresno.
The incident took place just before 7 p.m. near Maroa and Shields, as stated by the report.
According to the police, The motorcyclist was traveling north when he collided with the van.
According to authorities, the rider sustained life-threatening injuries and had to be taken to Community Regional Medical Center.
Currently, officials state that the motorcyclist is now in a stable condition .
Thankfully, nobody else was hurt.
The van’s driver remained at the site and is working with police.
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