Man Suffers Serious Injuries in Motorcycle Crash on Coffee Road

Trumonikia Fields-Johnson Arrested for DUI in Bakersfield Accident

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Bakersfield, CA (January 1, 2020) – A man was injured in a motorcycle crash in Bakersfield. The accident occurred on the evening of January 1 on Coffee Road. 

An SUV was traveling northbound on Coffee Road when the driver made an unsafe lane change and hit a man was riding a motorcycle in the 200 block of Coffee Road. The motorcyclist was found lying in the roadway. He was hospitalized with major injuries. He is currently in critical condition. 

The female driver of the SUV fled the accident scene. Officers found the woman hiding in a nearby restaurant. Trumonikia Fields-Johnson, 40, was arrested for injury hit and run and driving on a suspended license

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



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