June 10, 2021 – Santa Clarita, California: Motorcyclist Donovan Williams was killed in a crash around 10 pm on Thursday, June 10, 2021, in Santa Clarita, California. The crash occurred north of Sierra Highway and Via Princessa. It involved Donovan Daniel William’s motorcycle and two other motor vehicles.

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Furthermore, according to Keith Greene of the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s station, the 23-year-old Newhall resident, motorcyclist Donovan Williams, was killed in the crash and pronounced dead at the scene after his motorcycle caught fire.

According to LA County Fire Department supervisor Leslie Lua, another involved person was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries. Ms. Lua confirmed units arrived on scene in approximately 8 minutes. The other involved party was transported to the hospital approximately 20 minutes later. This incident remains under investigation.

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