Motorcycle vs Vehicle Collision on Foothills Boulevard near Junction Boulevard Left 1 Officer Injured
ROSEVILLE, CA (October 19, 2022) – Wednesday morning, an unidentified officer was injured in a motorcycle collision on Foothills Boulevard.
The incident occurred on October 5th, at around 8:58 a.m., on the northbound lanes of Foothills Boulevard.
According to reports, an officer, riding a motorcycle, collided with another vehicle for reasons still not known.
First responders arrived and took the officer to a local hospital with minor injuries. Meanwhile, the other driver did not sustain any injuries.
Meanwhile, authorities closed the northbound lanes of Foothills Boulevard between Junction Boulevard and McAnally Drive to perform cleanup and preliminary duties.
At this time, no further information regarding the motorcycle collision on Foothills Boulevard is available. However, an active investigation is underway and additional details will be provided when they are made available.
Drivers can avoid causing accidents by driving defensively and considering the conditions of the road. Do not engage in any non-driving activities which have the potential to create a distraction. Also, never drive when you feel overly tired or if you are under the influence of any altering substances as this increases the risk of accidents like the motorcycle collision on Foothills Boulevard.
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