UPDATE: Motorcyclist succumbs to his injuries—–Ventura: Motorcyclist hits pedestrian–Both in serious condition

***UPDATED INFORMATION***

Today at approximately 9am, price March 5th, medications Thursday, viagra dosage the Ventura County Coroners Office informed the Ventura Police Department’s Traffic Unit that the motorcyclist involved in this accident, identified as Paul Everton, had succumbed to his injuries. 

The traffic unit is continuing the investigation into this accident, although preliminary findings are that the victim was not wearing a helmet. It is still not known if alcohol or drugs were a factor in the cause of the accident.  

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On Friday night, 9:30pm, February 20th, the Ventura Police Command Center received a 911 call of an injury traffic collision involving a motorcyclist near the intersection of Kellogg St. and Ventura Ave. The first arriving officers found the motorcyclist, a 58-year-old male, suffering from major head injuries. There was an additional injured 15-year-old female who appeared to be a pedestrian that was struck by the motorcyclist. Both the motorcyclist and the pedestrian were treated at the scene by Ventura City Fire personnel and then transported to VCMC by AMR ambulance for treatment of their injuries. At last report, the motorcyclist was in critical condition and the pedestrian is being treated for serious injuries.

The preliminary investigation revealed the motorcyclist was traveling eastbound on Kellogg St. and collided into the pedestrian who was crossing the street. The motorcyclist separated from his motorcycle, and collided into the side of a semi-trailer, which was parked along the side of the roadway. Due to the severity of injuries to the motorcyclist, the Ventura Police Department Traffic Unit was called to the scene and will be handling the investigation. It is unknown at this time if speed or the influence of alcohol or drugs was a factor in the collision.

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