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A motorcycle rider died in a crash on Lincoln Avenue and Empire Street in Anaheim.
ANAHEIM: Motorcyclist Killed in Accident on Lincoln Avenue and Empire Street

“Motorcycle vs. Vehicle Fatality”

ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA (March 13, 2017) – A motorcyclist died in a collision Monday evening at Lincoln Avenue and Empire Street, according to the Anaheim Police Department. (map)

The fatal accident was reported at approximately 7:47 p.m., when a motorcycle and vehicle collided on Lincoln Avenue and Empire Street. Rescue crews were dispatched to the location to find the rider at the scene with major injuries, according to Anaheim Police Sgt. Daron Wyatt.

The motorcyclist was transported to UC Irvine Medical Center in Orange, but sadly he later succumbed to his injuries. The driver of the Honda Civic sustained no injuries and remained at the scene to cooperate with law enforcement. The initial report indicate that drugs and or alcohol were not factors in the collision.

“Police will need to undergo a thorough investigation to determine what caused the accident. Many motorcycle accidents are typically the fault of the driver,” said the attorneys from Lexton Law Firm.”

“Losing a loved one is an extremely difficult time for any family member or friend affected by a tragedy. If you have lost a loved one due to someone’s negligence, you may have the right to a wrongful death claim against the responsible party. Serving Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside Counties, and throughout California, Lexton Law Firm strongly encourages anyone who may find themselves in this situation to give us a call today at (877) 541-2111. We will fight hard to obtain the care you deserve and just compensation that you and your family are entitled.”

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