Two cyclist sustained minor to moderate injuries after being hit by a motorcyclist rounding a dangerous curve on Mulholland Highway on Saturday, April 27, and the entire incident was caught on video.
The accident occurred whttp://www.arcadiapublishing.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?hen Keir Curtis McMichael of Los Angeles, driving his 2006 Suzuki Btm, drifted onto the shoulder striking cyclists Marc Markwepber, from England, and William Crowley, from New York, who were riding westbound, just east of Kanan Road, according to a report from the California Highway Patrol.
Both cyclists were ejected from their bikes. While Crowley received minor injuries, Markwepber was transported to West Hills Medical Center for treatment of moderate injuries, the report said.
Though no charges were filed in the case, the motorcyclist was "clearly at fault," according to Officer Leland Tang of the CHP.
The dangerous bend along this stretch of highway, sometimes referred to as "the Snake," is a popular spot for photographers and videographers, according to a report in laist.com.