1 Hospitalized after Motorcycle Accident on Barcotta Drive [Saugus, CA]

1 Hospitalized after Motorcycle Accident on Barcotta Drive [Saugus, CA]
1 Hospitalized after Motorcycle Accident on Barcotta Drive [Saugus, CA]

Motorcyclist Injured in Accident on Barcotta Drive near Calvello Drive

SAUGUS, CA (February 4, 2021) – A rider sustained injuries in a motorcycle accident on Barcotta Drive, Saturday afternoon.
According to the Los Angeles County Fire Department, the incident happened at about 2:50 p.m. For reasons still under investigation, a vehicle and the motorcyclist collided on the 22600 block of Barcotta Drive near Calvello Drive.
Emergency crews transported the motorcyclist to a hospital with a sprained leg. Authorities did not release the name or age of the victim.
Meanwhile, the driver of the vehicle remained at the scene and cooperated with investigators.
A towing service driver arrived at about 3:00 PM to remove the motorcycle from the scene. As per reports, no road closure was needed to clear the area.
The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station continues to investigate the cause of the accident. Deputies will release additional information once it becomes available.
When driving, be on the lookout for motorcyclists. Increase your following distance behind motorcyclists and maintain a safe speed. Always check your blind spots and observe turn signals. Also, avoid distractions and scan the road for hazards.

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