Alex Herrera Killed in Crash on Highway 74 Near Briggs Road

Bicyclist Hit by 2 Vehicles in Fatal Menifee Accident 

Menifee, CA (January 16, 2021) – A bicyclist was killed in a crash in Menifee. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of January 16 on Highway 74.

Alex Herrera, 43, of Lake Elsinore, was riding a bicycle on Highway 74, near Briggs Road, when he attempted to cross the highway. He was hit by a vehicle and thrown onto the road. He was then hit by a second vehicle. Herrera died at the accident scene. 

The first driver remained at the accident scene. The second motorists fled the crash site, but was later found. The driver was unaware he had hit someone. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Alex Herrera.



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