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California woman dies after motorcycle plunges off highway

The incredible scenic views of California create an optimal adventure experience for motorcycling enthusiasts. Even for folks who use their bike as a way to get to work or school, the thrill of riding in the open air is incomparable to any other feeling. However, the excitement of riding is also tied to inherent risks that must be carefully respected and navigated to avoid serious injury or death. Even for the most experienced riders, sudden hazards can create dangerous circumstances if there is little time to react. 

This is exactly what happened in a recent biking accident on Ortega Highway after an experienced motorcyclist plunged to her death when her bike went off of the road. Investigators said the woman had driven that exact stretch of road multiple times in the past, and her social media accounts provided evidence that she frequented the scenic route. Authorities determined that she was approaching a curve with a lot of speed and was unable to effectively negotiate a turn when her bike went off of the roadway. The woman was well-known in the biking community as a figure who promoted women in the motorcycle industry. When news of her death spread, many offered their sympathies and shared stories of the impact she had made on their lives. 

If people have been injured in a motorcycle accident, the road ahead may be filled with difficulties related to everything from medical expenses to legal battles. When they choose to work with an attorney, they may be able to focus more of their time on recovering while a professional provides pointed guidance through the procession of legalities to follow. 

Source: The Press-Enterprise, "Annette Carrion, motorcyclist who died in Ortega Highway crash, remembered by online community," Alma Fausto, Apr. 2, 2018

 

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