30-Year-Old Motorcyclist Trapped Under Car and Killed in Burbank
BURBANK, CA (August 31, 2021) – Early Saturday night, 30-year-old Misael Gusman was killed in a deadly motorcycle accident on Alameda Avenue.
Around 5:50 p.m., authorities arrived to the scene at the intersection of Alameda Avenue and Keystone Street.
Investigators say the motorcyclist, Misael Audelo Gusman, was located underneath the vehicle that struck him. He was taken to a local hospital for further treatment of life-threatening injuries.
Due to the extent of his condition, Gusman was later pronounced dead at the hospital.
In addition, the driver of the vehicle that struck him stayed at the scene and cooperated with the authorities. Their identity has not yet been provided.
At this time, officers do not believe that speed or intoxication played a factor. However, an active investigation is still underway.
Once available, more information will be released to the public.
Our team would like to take this opportunity to extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Misael Gusman.
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