GLENDORA – CHP officials are seeking any information that may lead to a driver who hit a motorcyclist on the 210 freeway and fled the scene Monday morning.
At around 5:10 a.m. 53-year-old Victorville resident, Raymundo Hernandez was riding his 2007 Harley Davidson westbound on the 210 freeway just east of Sunflower Avenue. Hernandez was in the carpool lane when a dark-colored SUV crossed in front of him causing him to lose control.
The loss of control sent the rider flying off of the motorcycle resting in front of a white, extended-cab Toyota Tundra. The Toyota ran over the man and stopped briefly making contact with the rider before getting back into his vehicle to leave the scene.
The driver of the Toyota was described as being 30-35 years old, 5’5” tall, and 160 pounds. He was wearing an orange shirt, jeans and work boots at the time of the incident. The motorcyclist was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
Three lanes of the 210 freeway westbound were closed for approximately an hour and a half for investigation and cleanup. Anyone with information about the crash was urged to call the CHP Baldwin Park area office at (626) 338-1164.
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