Motorcyclist seriously injured in Carmel Valley accident

A 22-year-old male was riding his motorcycle at a high rate of speed southbound on Carmel Country Rd. in Carmel Valley on May 20 around 6:35 p.m., according to San Diego Police Officer David Stafford.  He lost control of the motorcycle and struck the center divider. He slid about 100 yards and struck a tree.
The male was transported to a local trauma center with serious head and leg injuries. His injuries are life threatening. Traffic Division is investigating.

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