Motorcyclist, 39, Killed In Wilmington Big Rig Crash Identified

WILMINGTON (CBS)  — A coroner’s investigator Saturday identified the motorcyclist who was killed in a crash with a big rig in Wilmington.

The collision occurred shortly before 6 a.m. Friday on Alameda Street north of Pacific Coast Highway, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

The motorcyclist was identified as Edward Wayne Myricks II, 39, said Coroner’s Investigator Joyce Kato.

Kato said she did not have a place of residence for Myricks, adding that an investigator was still working on the case.

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  • Vernetta Stout

    Eddie worked for me and another supervisor. He was great employee, dedicated and hard working. And above that he was a great son, his father works here as well. And he bragged about his kids and protected his daughter like crazy. He loved his wife and his whole family. He enjoyed working with people and spending family time. He was honest to the core and I can honestly tell you that the man who took his life away from all of thoset that knew him should be punished and will have to live with the fact that he dimmed the light of a very bright life for the rest of HIS life!! God Bless you Eddie and may heaven welcome you and offer condolences to your Mom and Dad and wife and kids.

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