Motorcycle vs. Sedan Collision on Folsom Left One Injured

FOLSOM, CA (August 14, 2023) – Friday evening, a vehicle collision on Berry Creek Drive left one rider injured, police said. On August 4th, just before 9:20 p.m., deputies from the Folsom Police Department arrived at the area involving a collision between a motorcycle and a sedan. Furthermore, the paramedics arrived at the scene and discovered the motorcyclist unconscious at the intersection. Consequently, they quickly transported the motorcyclist to a nearby hospital where he was responding with the medics on their way. Their current condition has not yet been released at this time. Moreover, the authorities blocked the southbound lanes of Auburn Folsom Road at the intersection of Berry Creek Drive. It reopened early Saturday. Also, just before 10:50 p.m., the officers extended the road closure between Oak Avenue Parkway and Inwood Road. No other information was added at this time and further investigation is still active. To prevent motor vehicle accidents, stay alert and drive defensively. When crossing a busy intersection, exercise due caution. Always activate your turn signal or blinker before making any turns. Be aware of your blind spots and pull into the roadway slowly. If you are turning on a road where there is no dedicated left-turn signal or lane, be patient and make sure there is no obstruction to your view.
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