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Motorcyclist Injured in Crash on Highway 1 Near Pomponio State Beach


Motorcycle, SUV Collide in San Gregorio Accident

San Gregorio, CA (April 8, 2020) – A motorcyclist was injured in a crash in San Gregorio. The accident occurred on the afternoon of April 8 on Highway 1.

A motorcycle and a Honda SUV collided on Highway 1, near the parking lot of Pomponio State Beach. The motorcyclist was found lying on the right shoulder. The unidentified man suffered major injuries and was airlifted to a local hospital.

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