Two people were hurt in a motorcycle crash in Orange on the Lincoln Avenue off-ramp from southbound 55. A 42-year-old motorcyclist was riding with his passenger of the same age. Authorities stated there did not seem to be any other vehicles involved in the crash, and exact details on how or why the crash happened are currently unavailable. The Orange Police Department, along with Orange and Anaheim fire departments responded to reports of the collision, blocking the off-ramp for about half an hour. Reports of the motorcycle crash first arrived at 9:15 at night, and the motorcyclist was found unresponsive at the scene of the crash. According to news reports, his passenger suffered moderate injuries.
As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer, I hope the motorcyclist and his passenger heal as quickly as possible from their injuries and investigators uncover the real reason behind the collision. If you or a loved one are harmed in a motorcycle or auto accident caused by another driver, discuss your case with a qualified Los Angeles motorcycle accident lawyer. A knowledgeable lawyer can help protect your rights and answer any legal questions you may have regarding your case.