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Anton Fischer Killed in Motorcycle Crash at Ocean Boulevard and Esperanza Avenue


Police Officer Collides With SUV in Fatal Long Beach Accident

Long Beach, CA (June 4, 2020) – A police officer was killed in a motorcycle crash in Long Beach. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of June 4 at Ocean Boulevard and Esperanza Avenue.

Anton Fischer, 33, was riding a motorcycle to work when he collided with an SUV at the intersection. Fischer died at the accident scene. The SUV driver remained at the crash site.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Anton Fischer.

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