One Transported to Hospital Following Motorcycle Accident On Sunset

Initial reports state it occurred in the 14000 block of Sunset Boulevard Friday afternoon.

One person went to the hospital Friday afternoon following an accident in the 14000 block of Sunset Boulevard.

According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the initial call came in at 2:17 p.m. reporting an accident between a vehicle and a motorcycle. According to LAFD spokesman Brian Humphrey, an ambulance transported one person to UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center. Gender, age and condition of the victim was not provided.

Humphrey advised drivers in the area to remain cautious on that stretch of Sunset.

Palisdes Patrol reported at 2:45 p.m. that it was sending a vehicle out, and said the accident occurred near the intersection of Evans Road and Amalfi Drive.

A motorist provided photos to Patch.

Patch will update this story as more information becomes available.

Laura Tompkins September 28, 2012 at 10:29 PM
Motorcyclists must have some kind of death wish. So reckless and stupid. Those guys who disturb the peace every Wednesday night...why can't the police do anything about that. They speed through town and wake everyone up. Every Wednesday night at around 10p.
Sam September 28, 2012 at 10:38 PM
July 12th Palisades Patch: "A Glendale man died Tuesday evening from his injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident on Sunset Boulevard and Amalfi Drive."
Judi Welch November 22, 2012 at 04:22 PM
Agree that they speed.....I had one zoom past me just at the same intersection this young man died. As he sped past, cutting me off, he gave me the middle finger ! This being said, a young man died, and on this Thanksgiving Day, we can only imagine what his family is suffering. Prayers for them.
Ron Stevens February 18, 2013 at 10:21 PM
Drivers also need to be more aware of motorcyclist. Most drivers pay no attention to anything around them and end up cutting motorcyclists off without even realizing it. The only safe place for a motorcycle is in front and away from cars. Most motorcyclist deaths and injuries are actually caused by (auto) driver error, not reckless riding from the motorcyclist. In fact the majority of riders have had more professional training on handling their motorcycle and traffic than drivers do their entire lives. So please take a moment to swing that pendulum back in your own court. Loud pipes save lives, sorry it bothers you, but without that noise motorcyclists would be just a whisper in the wind for which no one would ever pay attention to. Also this article does nothing to describe the accident, however from the looks of the provided photo a car is in a drive way. Are we just to automatically assume it was the motorcyclists fault and not a driver making a rash decision to turn into their drive way and hit the rider?


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