san bernardino; 18th street; sierra way | San Diego Injury Accident Lawyer Blog
2 children were killed in a crash that involved a car, a motorcycle, and a pedestrian in San Bernardino, CA on Tuesday afternoon, August 27, 2019. A car reportedly hit a pedestrian, and was then hit by a motorcycle, thus, causing 2 riders to be ejected. The accident reportedly happened at about 3:23 pm close to 18th Street and Sierra Way. The car was reportedly heading south on Sierra Way followed by the motorcycle prior to the crash. A 14-year old boy was reportedly crossing Sierra Way at the intersection with 18th Street when he was struck by the car. The motorcycle then crashed into the car, ejecting its rider and passenger out of the motorcycle. The teen pedestrian, 10-year old girl passenger of the motorcycle, and the motorcyclist all sustained major injuries from the crash. The teen pedestrian and the 10-year old girl passenger of the motorcycle involved in the crash died from their injuries. The driver of the car involved in the crash was not injured.
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