The weekend did not begin very well for two bicyclists out for a ride with their bicycle club in Apple Valley.
The two were hit by a mirror from a truck, causing them to fall off their bikes; the truck kept going - never stopped to see what happened or to help.
One of the bikers sustained major road rash; his bike's frame was broken. The other biker suffered a concussion. Officers wanted to airlift him to a local hospital but because of foggy conditions, he was taken by ambulance. His ribs and shoulder were x-rayed.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department is investigating the accident and looking for a dark-colored truck with damage to its right side. They are asking any witnesses to call them. California law requires anyone involved in an accident to stop.
I suggest the victims contact an experienced San Bernardino Personal Injury attorney. Accidents involving bicycles usually come down to negligence on the part of the biker or the driver that hit him or her. Hopefully, the police will find the trucker who left the scene.