Motorcyclist Killed in Crash at N. Chester and E. McCord Avenues

Motorcycle, Car Collide in Fatal Oildale Accident

Oildale, CA (December 5, 2020) – A motorcyclist was killed in a crash in Oildale. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of December 5 at N. Chester and E. McCord avenues.

A motorcycle and car collided at the intersection. Emergency crews found the motorcyclist unconscious in the road. The paramedics performed CPR on the rider, but the victim died at the accident scene. A red Toyota Camry was seen fleeing the area. Police are still looking for the hit and run vehicle and driver.

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



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