Motorcycle Crash on Avenue L near 25th Street West Left One Fatality

LANCASTER, CA (April 20, 2023) – Monday evening, a motorcyclist was fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver on Avenue L. The incident happened on April 17th, at around 9:30 p.m. on Avenue L and 25th Street West. Based on the preliminary investigation, a blue Toyota sedan heading east on Avenue L made a left turn against a red arrow to travel northbound on 25th Street West. The driver lost control and collided with a motorcyclist traveling westbound. However, the driver did not stop to render aid to the rider and instead fled the scene. Eventually, paramedics arrived and transported the motorcyclist to a hospital where the victim succumbed to their injuries. At this time, the identity of the deceased rider has not been disclosed. A statement from the sheriff’s office claimed that the blue Toyota possibly had significant damage on its passenger side. In addition, police said the rider’s speed might be a factor in the crash. Those with additional information about the Avenue L hit-and-run can contact the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station traffic investigators at 661-948-8466.
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