Man dies, woman injured from motorcycle accident in Antioch, Saturday afternoon

By Acting Sgt. Shawn Morin #5227, Antioch Police Field Services Bureau

On Saturday, May 20, 2017 at approximately 1:46 p.m., Antioch Police Officers and Emergency Medical Personnel were dispatched to the area of Wilbur and Viera Avenues for the report of a motorcycle that had collided with a pole. Upon police arrival, medical and fire personnel were already on scene and tending to both of the riders.

The 68-year-old male rider was transported to an area hospital where he did not survive his injuries. The 66-year-old female passenger was transported to an area hospital where she was admitted in critical condition. Antioch Police Traffic Collision Investigators responded to the scene to conduct the investigation. Drugs and alcohol do not appear to be a factor in this collision.

Anyone who may have witnessed the collision is encouraged to contact the Antioch Police Department at (925) 778-2441.

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12 Comments to “Man dies, woman injured from motorcycle accident in Antioch, Saturday afternoon”

  1. RJB says:

    Gotta be careful with those big loud motorcycles. Gotta calm your ego when it comes to safety.

    • Bev Bogetti says:

      The man who lost his life did NOT have a big ego that needed to be calmed. Think before you put something about someone you know nothing about.

      Bev Bogetti

    • Bev Bogetti says:

      The man who passed away did not have a big ego that needed to be calmed. Think before you speak about someone you know NOTHING about.

    • Long time family friend..... says:

      If you knew these people, you’d be embarrassed for your remark.

  2. TJ says:

    Thank you for putting your compassion and informed opinion on display RJB.

  3. Bev Bogetti says:

    RJB you must be a very lonely , bitter, POS.

    • RJb says:

      Bev,

      I never directly replied to you. Who’s lonely now? Next time tell your friends to be safe on donor cycles. Maybe you could have saved a life.

      Cheers!

    • RJb says:

      Oh one more thing, Bev.

      Glad your friend only killed himself instead of taking another life.

      Toodles.

      • Someone with a heart. says:

        You really are a sack of s*** dude. These were very kind people who have shared there home to all kinds of friends and family including her grandkids friends. The death of an elderly man and the loss of a love for an elderly woman is not the time to share your horrible comments about people’s egos and (vulgarity deleted) motorcylce safety. Think really deep and hard about how A HUMAN life was taken. You animal.

        • Michelle says:

          Rejoice with those that rejoice and mourn with those who mourn.
          Romans 12:15 NIV
          So glad you’ve never lost anyone you unkind wretch RJb! Know that what comes around goes around……

        • Publisher says:

          Someone with a heart.
          Thank you for reading the Herald and for commenting.
          But, in the future, please know we don’t allow vulgar language in comments on our website.
          Thank you for your understanding.
          Allen Payton, Publisher

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