Oakdale man returns home after crashing motorcycle in Modesto. Hours later, he was dead
An Oakdale man died at home Wednesday night, hours after he crashed his motorcycle in Modesto and was thrown into a canal, the California Highway Patrol reported.
The collision occurred around 6:50 p.m. on McGee Avenue south of Claribel Road, said CHP Modesto office spokesman Officer Tom Olsen. Joshua Corrigan, 42, rode his 2008 Yamaha on a straight stretch of road south from McGee.
When he pulled into a roughly 45-degree left turn of the road north of Rice Road, he couldn't negotiate the turn and fell, Olsen said. Corrigan was thrown out of circulation and ended up in the empty irrigation canal that runs parallel to McGee.
Corrigan was able to get out of the canal and call his father who came to pick him up.
The men returned to a single family home in Oakdale. At around 9:20 a.m., Olsen said, Corrigan's family called 911 to report that he had an accident and is now no longer answering.
An ambulance crew and the CHP responded to the house where Corrigan was pronounced dead.
The cause of death has not yet been clarified, said Olsen. It is also currently unknown whether drugs or alcohol contributed to the crash, he said.
You should check here to buy the best price guaranteed products.
Game Recap: Grizzlies 128, Kings 101
‘Men Have to Heal Too’: Dr. Dre and Xzibit Share a Message About Their Divorce Drama
50 Actors Who Played Villains So Perfectly That People Hate Their Faces Now
Cali Sooners No More?
Gary Payton II with a dunk vs the LA Clippers
Public health experts warn of likely spread of new Omicron variant