Ronald Ray Woods Involved in Fatal Motorcycle Crash on Highway 120 [Modesto, CA]


Motorcyclist Killed in Deadly Accident near Rushing Hill Lookout Road

MODESTO, CA (August 25, 2022) – Monday night, Ronald Ray Woods was involved in a fatal motorcycle crash on Highway 120.

The incident occurred around 10:00 p.m., near Rushing Hill Lookout Road.

Investigators say Woods was driving a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado with live bees, northbound on the Lookout turnaround.

Meanwhile, the motorcyclist was heading west on the highway, approaching the turnaround. There, the front of a Harley Davidson motorcycle struck the passenger side of the Chevrolet.

Upon impact, the rider was ejected from the motorcycle onto the road. Medics arrived and pronounced the victim dead at the scene. Although, authorities have not yet released their identity.

Meanwhile, the driver of the pickup-truck, 62-year-old Woods, of Oakdale sustained no injuries and remained at the scene to cooperate with the investigation.

At this time, Modesto Officials are working to determine the circumstances surrounding the Highway 120 motorcycle crash.


No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. The team at Sweet James offers their deepest condolences and sympathies to the family and friends of the deceased victim.


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