Breaking News!!: Newberry Springs, CA: Motorcycle crash near railroad tracks.

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Breaking News!!: Newberry Springs, CA: Motorcycle crash near railroad tracks.

San Bernardino County Fire Department is responding to a motorcycle crash near railroad tracks located near Hector Road just north of Interstate 40 in Newberry Springs, California.

The call came into emergency dispatch at 4:32pm PT on Saturday, April 11th, 2015.

According to emergency dispatch, a man in his 40’s has an significant arm injuries after crashed into a sand dune near the railroad tracks, but not collision involving any train occurred.

California Highway Patrol is at the incident with first responders and attempting to cross the railroad tracks to get to the person.

According to the California Highway Patrol Traffic Incident Information Page, fire department are talking to Burlington Northern Santa Fe (B.N.S.F.) and advising the fire department will have to access to the south side of the railroad tracks and walk across to the north side to get to the victim.

According to the California Highway Patrol Traffic Incident Information Page, the roads are bad getting to the incident and an ambulance would not be able to get there.

Air Rescue 6 is in route to this incident and later in route to Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda, California.

 

3 thoughts on “Breaking News!!: Newberry Springs, CA: Motorcycle crash near railroad tracks.

  1. I would like to know who called this in. He is my brother and remembers nothing about the accident.

    1. I heard it over the police scanner and San Bernardino County Fire Department responded to the call. They usually do not say the name of the person who called in the report over the police scanner, but I would think the emergency dispatch for the San Bernardino County Fire Department and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department would have that information. I hope the person is alright it sounded bad.

      1. He has a broken leg but other than that he appears to be O.K. He may have been unconscious when they found him. I’m sure glad someone saw him because it is a lonely stretch of desert and it would have been dark a couple of hours later. I wondered if they saw him do it or just saw him lying there. I’m wondering where his motorcycle, backpack, and shoes went?

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