Karen Prado Death – Monday afternoon, a fatal collision between a van and a motorcycle occurred in Union City. According to the Union City Police Department, the individual was a passenger on the motorbike and was riding pillion when the collision occurred at approximately 2:50 p.m. in the 1600 block of Whipple Road. At the scene, the rider’s death was confirmed by medical personnel.
On Tuesday, the Hayward resident Karen Prado, 43 years old, was named as the deceased by the coroner’s office. The rider of the motorcycle was injured and sent to the hospital, where the police confirmed on Tuesday that they were in stable condition.
According to the police, the driver of the van remained at the site and cooperated with the officials there. Additional information regarding the incident has not been made public at this time. Anyone who witnessed the collision or has information related to it is encouraged to call the Union City Police Department at 510-675-5222 or send an email to [email protected].
Karen Prado Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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The identify of the motorcyclist who was murdered Thursday afternoon after he was struck by two automobiles on Interstate 880 has been released by the coroner’s office of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, according to the authorities.
A sheriff’s deputy announced late Sunday evening that the man was recognized as Boris Ivanyuk, 62, who resides in Castro Valley. The deadly accident took place on northbound Interstate 880 just south of Alvarado Niles Road at approximately 4:40 p.m. on Thursday.
Ivanyuk was dividing the two lanes of traffic that were closest to the center barrier when he was struck by a car, which caused his 2012 Harley Davidson motorcycle to tumble and him to be pushed onto a third traffic lane, where he was hit by another automobile, according to the statement made by CHP Officer Manuel Leal on Friday. Ivanyuk was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.
At the scene, it was determined that Ivanyuk had passed away. According to the California Highway Patrol, the drivers that struck him in their vehicles remained at the scene and cooperated with authorities after the collision. While cops investigated the situation, a Sig-alert was issued, and by 6:53 o’clock, all lanes had been reopened. Anyone who may have witnessed what took place is urged to contact the California Highway Patrol’s Hayward office at (510) 489-1500.
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