Motorcyclist dead after 3-vehicle collision on Interstate 5
Stock, CHP, California, Highway, Patrol
By Samie Gebers
Saturday, March 4th, 2017

A motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene of a three-vehicle collision on the northbound Interstate 5 south of Roxford Street Friday night, according to a news release by California Highway Patrol.

The call for the incident came in at 9:12 p.m. and it was determined that three vehicles were involved with the collision.

“The Yamaha motorcycle collided with the right rear of the Chevrolet SUB, continued forward, and collided with the rear of the Hyundai Sedan,” the press release stated.

The driver of the motorcycle was pronounced dead at the scene by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Occupants or drivers of the other vehicles were reported to be uninjured.

According to the CHP log, several lanes were closed and a SigAlert was issued.

It is unclear if alcohol or drugs are known to be a factor in the collision.

About the author

Samie Gebers

Samie Gebers

Samie Gebers is currently studying broadcast journalism at College of the Canyons. She reports on the weekends as well as produces video content during the week.

Stock, CHP, California, Highway, Patrol

Motorcyclist dead after 3-vehicle collision on Interstate 5

A motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene of a three-vehicle collision on the northbound Interstate 5 south of Roxford Street Friday night, according to a news release by California Highway Patrol.

The call for the incident came in at 9:12 p.m. and it was determined that three vehicles were involved with the collision.

“The Yamaha motorcycle collided with the right rear of the Chevrolet SUB, continued forward, and collided with the rear of the Hyundai Sedan,” the press release stated.

The driver of the motorcycle was pronounced dead at the scene by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Occupants or drivers of the other vehicles were reported to be uninjured.

According to the CHP log, several lanes were closed and a SigAlert was issued.

It is unclear if alcohol or drugs are known to be a factor in the collision.

About the author

Samie Gebers

Samie Gebers

Samie Gebers is currently studying broadcast journalism at College of the Canyons. She reports on the weekends as well as produces video content during the week.