Fatal Motorcycle and Multi-Vehicle Accident on I-80 FWY

Fatal Motorcycle & Multi-Vehicle Accident on Sacramento’s I-80 FWY

On December 13th at 5:26PM, Cameron Bickerstaff Holler, was driving his motorcycle down interstate 80 in Sacramento. Unfortunately, Cameron, who was 28, was killed in a multi-vehicle accident along the interstate 5 transition ramp. Currently, the circumstances leading up to the tragedy are unknown.

Sacramento Multi-Vehicle Collision

According to KCRA, the CHP advised that the motorcyclist, a sedan and big rig were involved in the collision. While officers are unaware of the true reason for the accident, authorities confirmed that drugs and alcohol are a likely factor.

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