Michael Arias Motorcycle Accident – Michael Arias, 34, died following a fatal motorcycle crash that injured one other in St. Charles County on Sunday. The accident occurred around 2:00 p.m. on Sunday at Highway DD and Highway 94. According to the report, Arias was heading eastbound when he attempted to overtake a car in a no-passing zone, leading the motorcycle to collide head-on with a 2012 Honda Accord traveling westbound.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, he was driving a 2008 Harley Davidson Nightster and was not wearing a helmet. At the scene, Michael Arias was pronounced deceased. The woman in the second vehicle, who was an occupant, was transferred to Mercy Hospital in St. Louis with moderate injuries. The driver of the vehicle received no injuries.
Michael Arias Obituary and funeral arrangement will be released by the family…
**One dead in following four-car collision in Victorville**
After a four-car collision in Victorville on Sunday afternoon that caused two cars to catch fire, a 25-year-old man from Victorville was killed. According to a news release from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, the collision happened at around 5 p.m. on Air Expressway close to Nevada Avenue. The driver of the 2007 Toyota Corolla that was involved in the fatal collision attempted to pass another car by driving into oncoming traffic, but instead “collided head-on with a Chevrolet Silverado followed by a Kia Soul,” according to the Sheriff’s Department.
“The Corolla and the Silverado caught fire right away. The Soul rolled several times as a result of the collision and ran into a Volkswagen Jetta, according to the press statement. The 25-year-old guy was pronounced deceased at the scene after sustaining “severe injuries.” Until his family is informed, his identity will remain hidden.
The 50-year-old Hesperia resident driving the 2020 Silverado and the 46-year-old Hesperia resident driving the Kia were both sent to a nearby hospital for treatment. Although their conditions have not been made public, a Sheriff’s Department representative said in an earlier email that they had “mild to moderate injuries.”
Call Deputy Tyler Whitcomb or Sgt. Nicholas Clark at (760) 241-2911 if you saw the collision.