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TORRANCE (CBS)  — Authorities said Tuesday that a 24-year-old motorcyclist was killed and two people critically injured in a collision between the biker and a car  in Torrance.

The unidentified motorcyclist was going north on Anza Avenue about 1:40 p.m.

He collided with a vehicle going southbound that was making a left turn to eastbound Emerald Street, Torrance Police Department Lt. Jon R. Megeff said.

The motorcyclist was declared dead a the scene.

The intersection of Anza Avenue and Emerald Street was closed for three hours for investigation.

Anyone with information on the collision was asked to call the Torrance Police Department’s Traffic Division at (310) 618-5557.

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Comments (2)
  1. tdad says:

    I drive this down Emerald everyday to pick up my kids up at school , the stop lights on Anza and Emerald as well as Spencer need a turn light .If you gown down there when the schools are out it is mad house .You would think 3 schools right off these streets not counting regular traffic , you have to on a red light the cars wont let you turn the traffic just keeps flowing . Lets stop these senseless deaths .

  2. Vincent Chen says:

    This is so typical of news stations.. Let’s all mourn for the White person, and not the Asian person who was critically injured. Why hasn’t the child’s name been broadcasted?

    Another thing city of Torrance, you waste money making an idiotic bridge between del amo blvd, and you guys don’t make a god damn signal on anza. The AADT is well over 27,500 cars a day. US-395 and Main Street in Adelanto has 22,500 cars a day, and it has light signals for each direction. Get your head together Torrance GOV, and CalTrans

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