Motorcycle Collision near Main Street Resulted in Two Injuries
JAMESTOWN, CA (September 26, 2022) – Friday afternoon, Alenso Torres and Magdalena Torres was injured following a motorcycle crash.
The incident happened on September 23rd, just after noon, on Highway 108 involving multiple motorcycles.
According to initial reports, 15 motorcycles were heading north on Main Street led by 43-year-old Jonathan Gutierrez.
Gutierrez was riding a 2016 Harley Davidson motorcycle and attempted to turn right in the eastbound lane.
Officer Steve Machado said that the last rider, identified as 55-year-old Alenso Torres, lost control of his motorcycle.
In addition, Torres was driving a 2017 Harley Davidson motorcycle with his passenger 57-year-old Magdalena Torres.
Furthermore, the couple was ejected from their vehicle and suffered moderate injuries while Gutierrez escaped uninjured.
Drugs or alcohol was not suspected as the factor of the crash. An active investigation is underway.
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