Motorcycle Collision in Silverado Canyon Kills 4
Silverado Canyon, CA (July 7, 2019)— Four people were killed in an accident involving motorcycles around 4:30 p.m. Sunday, July 7.
California Highway Patrol is investigating the accident, which it said occurred when a motorcyclist heading north tried to pass a car at a blind curve in the road. When the motorcycle crossed the double yellow line, it collided head-on with one traveling in the opposite direction
Both motorcycles had a driver and a passenger, all of whom were pronounced dead at the scene. The four victims of the crash were Regina Crowder, 48, Jon Schwarz, 50, David Terman, 59, and Edith Mae Hegy, 62.
According to a California resident who lives nearby, the road where the accident happened is popular with motorcyclists because it is one of the few places where you can drive for a long time without a stop sign.
The road remained closed through Sunday night as authorities investigated the scene.
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Source: CBS News