Oxnard: Motorcyclist seriously injured in accident

On October 9, 2014, at approximately 5:00 p.m., officers from the Oxnard Police Department along with EMS personnel responded to the intersection of Victoria Avenue and Monaco Drive in reference to an injury traffic collision involving a motorcyclist.

A preliminary investigation indicates that the GMC Terrain, driven by 84 year old Oxnard resident Lucille Edgar, was traveling southbound on Victoria Avenue.  She pulled her vehicle into the left turn pocket at Monaco Drive in preparation to turn into a private shopping center. The motorcycle, driven by 22 year old Oxnard resident Nash Dingman, was traveling northbound on Victoria Avenue from Channel Islands Boulevard towards Monaco Drive. For an unknown reason, the GMC turned directly into the path of Dingman’s red 2009 Honda CBR 600 motorcycle. The motorcycle collided with the front end of the GMC causing Dingman to be ejected from it. Both vehicles sustained major damage.

Dingman, who was wearing a motorcycle helmet, was transported to the Ventura County Medical Center where he is listed in serious condition. He sustained significant internal injuries, a broken left leg and a broken left arm. Driver Lucille Edgar was transported to Saint John’s Regional Medical Center where she was treated for minor injuries.

It is unknown if alcohol or drugs were a factor in this collision. The investigation is continuing.

If anyone has information about this collision, please contact Traffic Officer Tom Martin at 805-385-7749.


2009 Honda CBR 600 motorcycle by Nash Dingman


GMC Terrain driven by Lucille Nancy Edgar










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