77-Year-Old Man Killed in Palm Springs Motorcycle Crash
Authorities have identified the motorcyclist who was killed in a crash in Palm Springs Saturday night. Police say 77-year-old Richard Lowry of Sebastopol, California, was riding a 3-wheeled Slingshot motorcycle when he collided with a Chevrolet sedan.
The fatal motorcycle crash occurred around 9:30 p.m. on South Palm Canyon Drive near Sunny Dunes Road. Lowry was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the sedan was not injured in the crash.
Police closed South Palm Canyon Drive between Sunny Dunes Road and Mesquite Avenue, as well as Sunny Dunes Road at South Palm Canyon Drive. The road closure lasted several hours as they investigated the fatal crash.
Authorities do not believe drugs or alcohol contributed to the motorcycle accident. The investigation into the crash is ongoing, and anyone who witnessed the crash can contact the Palm Springs Police Department Traffic Unit at (760) 323-8105.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim’s loved ones,” said Attorney Walter Clark, founder of Walter Clark Legal Group.
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