Motorcyclist dies in SF after being thrown onto moving car

Latest June 7, 11:25 a.m. The California Freeway Patrol unveiled a comprehensive report on a lethal crash that killed a motorcyclist Tuesday early morning.

The crash transpired at 3:28 a.m. when a Nissan sedan came to a entire quit on the 101 southbound connector ramp to I-80 eastbound, CHP claimed in a statement posted on Facebook.

Approaching the disabled car or truck, the motorcyclist missing regulate in an attempt to prevent a crash. He strike the wall of the ramp and was ejected over the wall, falling onto a Honda sedan that was touring on I-80 westbound to the 101 southbound connector ramp, CHP reported.

The driver of the Honda slowed to a end and the motorcyclist fell on to the roadway, CHP stated. The driver of a Subaru Forester was unable to properly slow down ahead of colliding with the rear of the Honda.

The motorcyclist died on the scene just after being struck by a person or far more vehicles.

The motorists of the Honda and Subaru were the two arrested and booked on suspicion of driving underneath the influence, CHP mentioned.

Any individual who witnessed the accident can contact, CHP Officer Israel Garcia at (415) 557-1094.   

June 7, 9:35 a.m. All ramps and lanes had been reopened as of 9:30 a.m. Targeted traffic remained sluggish from the East Bay into San Francisco throughout the Bay Bridge.

June 7, 7:05 a.m. A deadly motorbike crash in San Francisco early Tuesday impacted targeted visitors on the connector ramps to and from the Bay Bridge, making a website traffic nightmare officials reported. 

The ramps from southbound 101 to eastbound 80 and from westbound 80 on to southbound 101 continue being closed as of 7:30 a.m.

“Lanes are blocked,” officials stated. “Hope delays and use alternate routes.” 

KCBS Radio explained the commute as “brutal” as website traffic from Oakland into San Francisco was backed up throughout the Bay Bridge.

The crash occurred at 3:28 a.m. when a man was thrown from his bike on the Central Freeway southbound 101 to eastbound 80 and landed on leading of a transferring motor vehicle westbound 80 to southbound 101, the California Highway Patrol stated. 

“We are not sure if it was a solo auto collision or if there was a further car or truck included,” CHP spokesperson Mark Andrews mentioned. 

The motorcyclist sustained lethal accidents and was pronounced dead at the scene, Andrew mentioned.

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