1 Hospitalized after Dirt Bike Accident at Cahuilla Creek Motocross
ANZA, CA (January 13, 2022) – A rider was airlifted late Monday morning, after a dirt bike crash on Highway 371.
The incident occurred around 10:40 a.m., at Cahuilla Creek Motocross in the 50100 block of Highway 371.
Upon arrival, the first responders located the rider with serious head injuries. Crews requested a medical helicopter to transport the patient to Inland Valley Medical Center in Wildomar.
At this time, the cause of the crash remains unclear. Anza Officials are still working to identify the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Once available, further details will be provided.
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