James Warner Killed and At Least Four Others Hospitalized in a Multi-Motorcycle Crash on 1300 East Vista Way in Vista

James Warner Killed and At Least Four Others Hospitalized in a Multi-Motorcycle Crash on 1300 East Vista Way in Vista

ON April 10, 2018

Medical helicopter responds to multi-motorcycle accident

According to a news report from NBC San Diego, on Sunday, April 1st 2018, at about 6:40 p.m. five motorcycle riders were hospitalized as a result of a multi-motorcycle accident that took place on 1300 block of East Vista Way in the city of Vista. 

In addition, the motorcyclists were transported to a nearby hospital by paramedics and at least one via medical helicopter, however James Warner did not survive his injuries and was pronounced dead at the hospital while the severity of all four injured riders are unknown, as stated in the article. Authorities have not yet released any additional information on the other victims.

Furthermore, the cyclists were believed to be from the same motorcycle club and authorities are not sure what caused the crash, as stated by the report.

Currently, this incident is under review in an ongoing investigation by the authorities, and further details will be reviewed and released to the public as it is determined.

We of the May Firm extend our deepest condolences to the victims affected by this unfortunate traffic accident. Our hearts sink upon hearing news of this accident and will keep the victims in our hearts and prayers.

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