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Motorcycle Injured in Crash on Amethyst Road


Police Looking for Driver in Victorville Accident

Victorville, CA (September 8, 2020) – A motorcyclist was injured in a hit and run crash in Victorville. The accident occurred on the evening of September 8 on Amethyst Road.

A car and a motorcycle collided on Amethyst Road, near Bear Valley Road. The motorcyclist suffered injuries to his leg. He was airlifted to a trauma center. The driver fled the accident scene. The vehicle is described as a gray sedan.

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