SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A motorcyclist suffered life-threatening injuries when he crashed into a car at a high rate of speed in a San Diego intersection, a police sergeant said Sunday.
The crash was reported at 10:49 p.m. Saturday at Paseo Montril and Rancho Penasquitos Boulevard, said San Diego police Sgt. David E. Jennings.
"A 35-year-old motorcyclist was eastbound at 12900 Penasquitos Boulevard at a high rate of speed," Jennings said. "He ran the red light and collided broadside with a Mitsubishi Lancer that was turning westbound onto Rancho Penasquitos Boulevard from Paseo Montril," he said.
"The motorcyclist suffered life-threatening injuries including a compound fractured arm and head trauma," Jennings said.
The Traffic Division was investigating.
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