Clearlake Bicycle Accident: A Man Was Seriously Injured After The Motorized Bicycle That He Was Riding Experienced Some Sort of Mechanical Failure And Threw Him Off
CLEARLAKE, CALIFORNIA (January 30, 2019) – Man riding motorized bicycle sustained serious head injury after being thrown off his bicycle on Lakeshore Drive.
Clearlake police are saying that the accident took place around 2:30 p.m. Police found the victim laying in the middle of the roadway. Police examined the bicycle and determined that it had some sort of mechanical malfunction.
The victim was taken via ambulance to the Adventist Health Hospital Clear Lake in order to receive treatment. Police are asking anyone that may have seen the accident to contact them as they continue to investigate.
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