Burbank Paramedics were summoned to Victory Place and Empire Center after a reported motorcycle rider was down in traffic lanes with injuries.
Burbank Fire Paramedics package up this motorcycle rider after he was involved in a accident at Victory Place & Empire Center. He was transported with moderate non life threatening injuries. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
All traffic southbound was stopped as Burbank Fire Paramedics treated and packaged up the lone rider. His injuries appeared to be moderate and not life threatening as he was talking to Burbank Police Traffic Officers as he was being wheeled away.
Traffic that was stopped southbound was allowed to proceed after measurements and witness statements were collected.
At around 10:45 Monday night, Burbank Police along with Burbank Fire Department responded to a reported single vehicle traffic accident near the Burbank Animal Shelter with the car overturned.
Burbank Paramedics get ready to transport a man to the hospital after being involved in an accident. (Photo By Nick Colbert)
Burbank PD was first on scene and reported that a vehicle was flipped over on the sidewalk with the driver and his small dog out of the vehicle. The driver was reported traveling northbound on Victory at a high rate of speed before he lost control of his car and flipped several times through the air where he then landed on the opposite side of the road upside down in the bushes.
Before coming to rest in the bushes, the car snapped a tree in half which pierced the side window of the car missing the driver by inches. Amazingly, the driver escaped with non life threatening injuries but was transported to the hospital with multiple lacerations to his face and a possible concussion. The dog appeared to be okay but will probably demand to drive next time.
Southbound Victory was closed for over an hour in the area for the clean up and duration of the investigation.
This vehicle rolled and wound up knocking over a tree on Victory Place near the Animal Shelter Monday night. (Photo By Nick Colbert)
The car was righted after the accident showing damage to the passenger side of the vehicle (Photo By Nick Colbert)