Motorcycle Accident in Mission Valley Left Man Injured
SAN DIEGO, CA (October 25, 2022) – Late Sunday morning, a rider was injured following a motorcycle crash on 1500 Camino Del Rio South.
The accident happened around 11:30 a.m. in the Mission Valley neighborhood of San Diego.
According to reports, a rider on an eastbound 2020 KTM motorcycle traveling on Camino Del Rio South failed to negotiate a left turn. As a result, the motorcycle collided with a south curb line, ejecting its rider.
Shortly after, medical responders arrived at the scene and transported the 62-year-old rider to a hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.
Responding traffic division officers also arrived at the scene to investigate. No other parties were involved in the incident.
Those with further information regarding the Camino Del Rio S motorcycle crash are encouraged to contact San Diego Police Department at 858-484-3154.
Motorcyclists rarely escape injury when an accident occurs. It is important to never underestimate the bike’s speed when you’re riding a motorcycle. Additionally, strictly follow traffic laws and the conditions of the road. For other drivers, do not tailgate a motorcyclist and maintain a safe following distance. Give motorcyclists a full traffic lane when you pass, as they too have equal rights on the road.
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