A Motorcyclist Has Been Killed in A Collision in Woodland Hills!

ADVANCES IN WOODLAND HILLS, California – On Monday, a motorcyclist was killed after colliding with a subcompact car not far from the Pierce College entrance in Woodland Hills.

The Los Angeles Police Department received a report at about 9:35 AM on September 13th, detailing an accident between a southbound 2018 Kawasaki Ninja and a left-turning 2017 Nissan Versa on Brahma Drive.

The biker was transported to the hospital, but he was pronounced dead upon arrival. Until his next of kin could be notified, his identity was hidden. Despite suffering only minor injuries, the Nissan driver remained cooperative with authorities as they investigated the crash.

Information beyond this point has not been made public. Detective Barragan of the LAPD Valley Traffic Division can be reached at 818-644-828, and Officer Freeman can be reached at 818-644-8115 if anyone has any information about the collision. If you need to reach us outside of regular business hours or on the weekend, please dial 877-527-3247. Calling Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477 or submitting tips online at lacrimestoppers.org are both anonymous ways to provide information.

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