Remember a few months ago when a 27-year old bicyclist, was killed by a high-school student, racing on Highland streets with another vehicle? The vehicle drove across traffic and ended on the shoulder where he crashed into a man who was riding his bike. The impact threw him into a field where he died.
A car crash on Third Street and Palm Avenue in the early morning hours over the weekend left three men severely injured, one in critical condition, and hospitalized. A 19-year old man, was speeding on Third Street when he lost control, hit the curb and flipped over - landing on the roof.
Motor Vehicle Code 21228 states, "Bicyclists and scooter enthusiasts are legally required to ride inside bike lanes when lanes are available." This law refers to scooters that travel less than 30 mph.
A San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputy responding to the call from other deputies was involved in a severe vehicle crashon Highway 395 in Victorville. He was responding to a call regarding a possible fight in an apartment building.
According to the San Bernardino County Coroner's office, a 63-year old man, was the victim of a fatal motorcycle accidentin Fontana recently. The man was traveling on Slover Avenue when another motorcycle rider sideswiped him; he was ejected from his seat.
Have you ever noticed how people on bicycles think they own the road? I have been asked if there are rules for bicyclists and the answer is yes. The following are a few rules of the road.
For those of you who were stuck in traffic several months ago on the 10 Freeway in Loma Linda when a Redlands mancrashed into a Toyota stopped on the shoulder, killing a woman and wounding another woman while they were changing a tire, here is an update. The wounded woman suffered a compound fracture to her right leg.
There is nothing worse than being involved in an accident, even a fender bender can ruin your day. However, when you are involved in a motorcycle accident, serious bodily injuries can occur or it could be deadly. Motorcyclists have no protective barrier between themselves and the concrete road.
A 32-year old woman, was on the north side of Highway 18 in Crestline a few months ago when an car accidenttook her life. She was driving behind a truck. A truck on the south side, sideswiped the truck on the north side causing his cargo, wooden roof trusses, to fly off the truck and crash through the windshield of the woman's car. The woman lost control of the car, hit a stone pillar and ended up in an embankment. She died at the scene.
A California Highway Patrol officer, died near Barstow when he pulled a speeding car over early the other morning on Interstate 15 in Barstow. Another car, driven by 18-year old man, crashed into the patrol car, hitting the officer.
A 22 years old woman, died when her Jeep tumbled down a Lake Arrowhead mountain road and burst into flames after ejecting her from the vehicle early the other morning. It was 2:00 a.m. she had just had a fight with her boyfriend and was driving home to her family from Moreno Valley.
Summer is here and more people are out walking. Here are some safety tips to keep in mind when taking a walk. Always walk on a sidewalk. When one is not available, walk on the left-hand side of the road - facing traffic. Another thing to remember is obey traffic signals. Cross when the signal light is red and get to the other side of the street before the light changes to green. Make sure oncoming traffic can stop safely before you step into the street. Just because pedestrians have the right-of-way, does not mean you can cross the street whenever or wherever you want. If you are walking at night, wear light-colored clothing so you can be seen - such as reflective patches or carry a flashlight.