[09-03-2023] San Francisco County, CA – Two Injured After One Sedan Collides with CHP Motorcycle in Intersection

Published September 4, 2023

[09-03-2023] Two Injured After One Sedan Collides with CHP Motorcycle in IntersectionA driver and a California Highway Patrol officer were injured after colliding with each other in San Francisco on Sunday afternoon, September 3, 2023.

The California Highway Patrol responded to the collision around 3:09 p.m. between the intersections of Harrison and Third Streets.

Upon initial investigation, it was still unclear whether there was a traffic violation committed by either of the two, but both the driver of the Cadillac Sedan and the California Highway Patrol sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

Both were immediately transferred to the San Francisco General Hospital for treatment. Authorities did not release the identities of those involved in the accident.

The potential factors that caused the collision are still unknown, and the investigation into the incident continues.

Anyone with information contributing to the investigation is encouraged to contact local authorities.

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Motorcycle Accident Statistics

According to the National Safety Council, motorcycles account for less than 3% of all vehicles registered in the U.S. and less than 0.6% of miles traveled. In 2021, they were responsible for 14% of all traffic fatalities, 17% of the occupant fatalities rates, and 3% of all occupant injuries.

In 2021, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported an average of 8% more motorcycle-related deaths from 2020 to 2021, despite its 2% decline in the rate per 100 million vehicle miles traveled.

Over the past decade, motorcycle-related deaths have increased by 19%, while vehicle death rates have increased by 29%.