California Highway Patrol reported that last week a 35-year old man, was riding his motorcycle on Highway 18 near Cody Road when he sideswiped a pickup truck turning right. Upon impact, he was ejected and hit by another pickup truck traveling in the opposite direction. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
A 17-year old driver attempting to exit Highway 18 in Rim Forest the other night lost control of the vehicle, causing it to flip onto its side.
A 22-year old Victorville man was struck the other night by, not one, but several cars.
Two vehicles collided head-on when a 29-year old man hit an oily patch of road, causing him to loses control and crash into the second vehicle driven by a 47-year old man.
A 48-year old Twin Peaks man died in a head-on crash the other night as a result of a 20-year old speeding on Highway 18.
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 Dodge SRT vehicle crossed the center divider on Highway 18 the other day, crashing head-on into a Nissan Sentra, seriously injuring the driver, and killing a 57-year old passenger. A third vehicle, traveling about 40 feet behind the Nissan, could not stop fast enough to avoid the Nissan, according to San Bernardino Police. The driver of the third car and his wife were not injured, although their vehicle sustained extensive front-end damage.
How awful for that man who was seriously injured by not one, but two cars while crossing Highway 18 recently - according to the San Bernardino Sun. One of the vehicles was driven by a San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputy. Both drivers stopped to help the injured pedestrian. He was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for major injuries.