Motorcycle Crash at State Route 74 Resulted in One Injury
HEMET, CA (November 24, 2021) – A rider sustained injuries Saturday morning following a motorcycle crash at State Route 74.
The accident took place around 10:34 a.m. on eastbound SR-74 near Bee Canyon Truck Trail.
According to the CHP, they received calls of a collision between a motorcycle and a sedan, thought the events that led up to the crash are not yet know.
Officers responding rescued a rider stuck underneath the sedan, then medics took the rider to the hospital with unspecified injuries.
At this time, it is unknown whether speed, drugs, or alcohol played a role in the crash. However, an active investigation is underway.
Hemet police will release additional information once it becomes available.
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