Motorcyclist suffers major injuries near Borrego Springs, reports CHP

Saturday, Feb. 8—A 62-year-old man suffered major injuries when he was ejected from his motorcycle in a crash on a curving road near Borrego Springs yesterday, California Highway Patrol officials said today.

The motorcyclist was driving his 2013 Harley Davidson west on Montezuma Valley Road west of Palm Canyon Drive about 4:20 p.m. Friday when he lost control approaching a right curve and veered across both lanes, CHP Officer Kevin Pearlstein said.

The bike overturned and the rider was ejected, Pearlstein said.

The rider lost consciousness and suffered major injuries, including lacerations to his face, Pearlstein said.

He was airlifted to Desert Regional Hospital in Palm Desert, Pearlstein said.

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1 Comment for “Motorcyclist suffers major injuries near Borrego Springs, reports CHP”

  1. Huh

    Did he live? Die? Name? More to story…?

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