Injuries Reported After Motorcycle Accident on Highway 101 [Camarillo, CA]

Injuries Reported After Motorcycle Accident on Highway 101 [Camarillo, CA]
Injuries Reported After Motorcycle Accident on Highway 101 [Camarillo, CA]

2 Injured in Motorcycle Accident on Highway 101 in Camarillo

CAMARILLO, CA (June 03, 2021) — A motorcycle accident on Highway 101 resulted in major injuries Sunday afternoon in the area of Camarillo.
According to the authorities, reports about a motorcycle crash came in at about 1 p.m. near Lewis Road. When first responders arrived at the scene, they found a man and a woman down in the center divider on the southside side of the highway. Paramedics subsequently rushed them both to a hospital for treatment and further evaluation.
The California Highway Patrol later reported that major injuries were sustained in the accident. Officials requested two ambulances to the scene, as well as a tow truck to remove the damaged motorcycle from the highway.
Meanwhile, traffic through the city slowed down until about 1:22 p.m. The cause and factors surrounding the crash remain under investigation.
Due to their unprotected nature, motorcycle accidents often result in serious injuries and fatalities than those involving other vehicles. As such, it is imperative to take the proper safety measures when operating one. Always wear a full-coverage helmet and protective gear. Be aware of your surroundings and obey road rules, as well as the speed limit. For other vehicles, keep a safe riding distance to help avoid dangerous situations.

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