Jeremiah Ledesma Killed in Motorcycle Accident on El Camino Real near Basel Street in Oceanside

Jeremiah Ledesma Killed in Motorcycle Accident on El Camino Real near Basel Street in Oceanside

ON February 15, 2017

Oceanside resident Ledesma was ejected after being struck by sedan in motorcycle crash

According to a local Oceanside news article, a motorcyclist identified as Jeremiah Ledesma was struck and killed after a deadly motorcycle accident that occurred on El Camino Real near Basel Street.

The accident occurred on Thursday, February 2, 2017 at about 5:40 p.m, reported the article.

The Oceanside Police Department responded to a collision between a motorcycle and a Toyota sedan that occurred on El Camino Real near Basesl Street. 

The motorcyclist was only identified as a 36-year-old male.  Emergency crews determined that the victim had a pulse although he was not breathing.  The victim was transported to an area hospital shortly after, where he tragically succumbed to his injuries.

As said by the article, Jeremiah Ledesma was riding a Suzuki motorcycle southbound on El Camino Real just south of Fire Mountain Road.  A 2006 Toyota sedan traveling northbound on El Camino Real suddenly made a U-turn directly in front of the motorcycle at the Basel Street intersection.  As a direct result, the motorcycle struck the passenger side of the vehicle, causing the rider to be ejected, causing major injuries.

The investigation is ongoing and authorities will release more details at a later time.

The family of Jeremiah Ledesma started a GoFundMe page immediately after the motorcycle accident for anyone able to help during this difficult time.

From The May Firm, we are truly sorry to hear of this news, and will keep the family of the victim in our hearts and prayers.  Being involved in a motorcycle accident is a serious matter, and our attorneys know first-hand the intricate details of the California code regarding the operation of motorcycles.

Losing a loved one due to a motorcycle accident is always devastating and tragic.  It can be overwhelming to deal with some of the financial aspects after a traumatic accident such as this.  If you have any questions or need any help after a motorcycle accident, contact The May Firm at 1-844-MAYFIRM for a consultation, free of charge.  Let our family help yours.