Motorcyclist Receives Major Injuries in Hwy 36 Crash

chp major injury featureJust before 2:30 a.m., the California Highway Patrol received a report of a motorcycle accident on Hwy 36 in the Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park. The bike ended up 20 feet off the roadway.

An ambulance responded to the scene and the driver was hospitalized with major injuries. There was no passenger, according to a CHP spokesperson.

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  • charles engebretson

    I was listening to the scanner…took em a couple minutes to find him..

  • What kind of bike?

  • Whatever you do, don’t cut a tree down to widen the road, save the trees so one day they can support a forest fire

  • Seems like Grizzly Creek takes out a lot of people add one more to the statistics.

  • Hope the driver we’ll be ok!36 strikes again!!!

  • Anyone know what type of bike

  • It was a Kawasaki zx6 and he didn’t end up 20 feet off the road and didn’t have major injuries

    • Someone who really knows

      Do you actually have a valid source for this information? Who are you to say he didn’t have major injuries or that he wasn’t 20 ft off the road way? Is this just you talking or is it actual real update to this incident? I get a strange feeling you are just falsely reporting on his current condition. I’d say u probably have no idea what his condition really is. I’m thinking you must be commenting on the wrong incident considering there was a way less serious incident a hand full of hours after this one.

  • I used to ride and drive alot- these days I realy have to conseider Wher I’m going and what I’m doing is worth the risk

  • Positive energy goes out to our fellow rider!

  • Fellow rider! Speedy recovery !

  • As of rider for 41 years on the streets I’ve encountered logs, animals and all kinds of situations on the road to where you have to say to yourself Self I’m going down. I know this guy got tore up bad in the wreck and is recovering and it did take them a while to find him and thank God they got him too Redwood Memorial before he bled out

  • As of rider for 41 years on the streets I’ve encountered logs, animals and all kinds of situations on the road to where you have to say to yourself Self I’m going down. I know this guy got tore up bad in the wreck and is recovering and it did take them a while to find him and thank God they got him too Redwood Memorial before he bled out. And to all fellow motorcycle riders keep the rubber side down and your tires well-rounded and be safe

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