37-Year-Old Man Injured In A Motorcycle Accident in University Heights (San Diego, CA)

On Wednesday, a 37-year-old man riding a motorbike was hit by a truck in University Heights. 

According to Robert Heims of the San Diego Police Department, the motorcyclist was heading westward into a bicycle lane in the 1900 block of Madison Avenue. 

A 57-year-old man driving a Ram 350 truck heading in the same direction crashed with the motorcycle. 

The truck slid into the west alley of the 4600 block of Florida Street. 

The motorcyclist was taken to the hospital. He was operated on for a wrist fracture, said the police. 

According to the officials, the truck driver was not injured. 

The crash is being investigated by the traffic division of the department. 

August 19, 2022

Source: ABC10

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