Motorcyclist Killed in Traffic Crash on Atlantic Avenue [Long Beach, CA]


Rider Struck and Killed by Pickup near 19th Street

LONG BEACH, CA (September 20, 2022) – Friday night, a traffic crash on Atlantic Avenue took the life of a motorcyclist.

The incident happened at around 9:20 p.m. near the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and 19th Street.

According to reports, a motorcyclist was traveling south on Atlantic Avenue when he was struck by a 2014 Toyota Tundra near 19th Street. Due to the impact of the collision, the rider sustained serious injuries.

Upon arrival, officers found good Samaritans rendering aid to the injured rider. Paramedics arrived shortly  after and rushed him to a hospital. There, medics pronounced the victim dead, due to the extent of his condition.

No further details regarding the Atlantic Avenue traffic crash have been released to the public. However, Long Beach Officials will provide more information once available.

Those with further information regarding the deadly accident are encouraged to contact the investigation detail at 562-570-7355.


The Sweet James law firm sends out their heartfelt sympathies to the friends and family of the victim who are grieving over the loss of their loved one.


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