Around 6:50 a.m.
Cain was driving a motorcycle on which Ingram was a passenger east at about 8:30pm when a westbound car suddenly made a u-turn in front of him and the two vehicles collided. Ingram was thrown from the motorcycle before striking another westbound vehicle and was killed at the scene.
On Sunday evening, a motorcycle was traveling east on East Iliff Avenue when in collided with a car driven by an adult woman with three passengers that was making a left turn onto Blackhawk.
On July 19, 1990, Rudy Cantu, a 24-year-old auto-body painter, was driving on South Cloverdale Street in Seattle, Washington on his motorcycle. As he was crossing 5th Avenue South a pickup truck, driven by Ronald Dick, drove into the path of Cantu from 5th Avenue, then stopped in front of him, resulting in Cantu slamming into Dick's truck.
Cantu sustained serious injuries in the accident. He sustained serious fractures on both arms, sustained lacerations and wounds to his abdomen, resulting in damage to his liver and spleen.
Lance Willis, at that time a 21-year-old student, was riding his motorcycle in Lane County, Oregon when he made a left turn on a rural road. His view was blocked from on-coming traffic by a 60-foot-long, loaded logging truck. As he was making the turn at the intersection, he and his motorcycle collided with an on-coming vehicle.
Robert Graves, 17, was riding his motorcycle down Garfield Avenue in Sacramento County, California on a Saturday night on September 19, 1981 and was trying to find a party accompanied by his friend Ron Strem and his girlfriend, who were riding in a car.
On July 21, 2007, at 10:40 a.m., Len Briese was riding his motorcycle west on Scotts Valley Road, east of Laurel Dell in an unincorporated Lake County, California. William James Tilley, a resident of Oklahoma, was driving his pickup truck with a trailer east on Scotts Valley Road and collided with plaintiff’s motorcycle. Tilley said he crossed over the center line in a curve and sideswiped Briese on his motorcycle.
On July 10, 1982, at 11: 20 p.m.Sharon Crigger, a 36-year-old federal crop insurance adjuster with the Department of Agriculture, was riding as a passenger on the back of Kermit Johansson's motorcycle at Fruit and Ashlan Avenue. Ms. Crigger and Mr. Johansson were driving west on Ashlan when Patrick McHatton was traveling in a southbound direction on Fruit Avenue. The two vehicles collided with each other at the intersection controlled by light signals. Both drivers argued that they had the green light.
Henry Washington, 51, was driving his motorcyle west on Folsom Street at 10:00 a.m. on June 28, 1982, in San Francisco. At the intersection of 13th Street, a car made a left turn and Washington ran into the vehicle, killing him.
Early in the morning on October 12, 1981 Jerry Baudensdistel, a 21-year-old shift supervisor at a bakery was driving his motorcycle down Charter Way in the city of Stockton. A pickup truck emerged off of Aurora Street, and Baudendistel slams his motorcycle into the truck, and was ran over by a third vehicle. He sustained serious injuries in the crash, including partial paraplegia, with a loss of functioning below the waist. He also suffered constant muscle spasms.
This accident was occured when a 17-year-old motorcyclist collided with a commercial vehicle at a busy intersection, resulting in the youth's death.
Mr. Zamarripa, a 17-year-old youth, sustained severe brain damage, including spastic paralysis and a speech impediment when the motorcycle he was riding as a passenger crashed into a van at an intersection. Zamarripa claimed that a five foot high wall on the Union Oil company’s property caused his stepfather, who was driving the motorcycle, to be unable to see on-coming cars at the intersection. Zamarripa sued the city of Coachella for negligently placing the wall.
A crash between a passenger vehicle and a motorcycle at 2:45 p.m. on the O'Connor Road overpass at Interstate 35 in San Antonio resulted in the death of the motorcyclist, identified as Wesley Blocker, who was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.
Police say Jeffrey Gordon, 45, was thrown from his motorcycle after he struck the curb on North Airport Road near Linden Avenue.
Authorities said the crash occured around 7 p.m. on Arial Street in Pickens County. The moped was driving east when it ran off the road and struck the curb. The driver was not wearing a helmet and died at the scene. His name hasn't yet been released.
It was about 2:00am when Miller was riding a motorcycle on Indian River Boulevard, possibly going twice the 45 mph speed limit, when he lost control at a turn and struck the sidewalk and guardrail, which threw him from the motorcycle.