Motorcycle Crash on East Canon Perdido Street Intersection Left Rider Injured

SANTA BARBARA, CA (December 22, 2021) – A rider is recovering from injuries after a motorcycle crash on Quarantina Street Wednesday morning.

The incident happened around 10 a.m. at the intersection of Quarantina Street and East Canon Perdido Street.

According to the responders, the collision involved a black BMW and a motorcycle.

Eventually, police and firefighters arrived at the scene and transported the rider to Cottage Hospital for treatment of serious injuries.

Meanwhile, the BMW driver remained at the scene and cooperated with the investigation.

Santa Barbara Officials are working to identify the circumstances surrounding the crash.

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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