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Ivy Goodman Identified As One Of Two Victims Involved In Deadly Motorcycle Crash

Riverside County – Ivy Goodman was one of two motorcyclists that was killed on Wednesday when a car turned left in front of their motorcycle.

The accident happened in Sky Valley, an unincorporated community of Riverside County, at around 3:56 p.m.  Goodman and another passenger were riding on a 2000 Honda motorcycle headed east on Dillon Road.  Luis F. R. Magana, a 38 year old resident of Sky Valley, was going west on Dillon when he turned left onto Hot Springs Road, in front of the motorcycle causing the deadly collision.  Magana was driving a black 2006 Ford F250 truck and remained at the scene to talk with investigators.

Both Goodman and the other passenger on the motorcycle were wearing helmets at the time of the accident.  Sadly, they were ejected from the motorcycle due to the impact of the crash and were pronounced dead at the scene.  Goodman was only 28 years old.  The other passenger on the motorcycle has not been identified.

A third vehicle was also involved in the crash.  That vehicle, a 2001 Daewoo, was stopped in the northbound lane of Hot Springs Road.  The Daewoo was driven by Timothy Holloway.  Also, a child passenger in the Ford that hit the motorcycle suffered some injuries and taken to Eisenhower Medical Center.

Update:  The second victim who was riding on the motorcycle has been identified as Logan Goodman.  Goodman, a Sky Valley resident, was 25 years old.

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