Separate Bay Area Motorcycle accidents have taken two lives. Above: the second accident happened early Monday morning on Hwy 101 at Whipple Ave. Photo: Google
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Separate Bay Area Motorcycle accidents have taken two lives. Above: the second accident happened early Monday morning on Hwy 101 at Whipple Ave. Photo: Google
Separate Bay Area Motorcycle accidents have taken two lives. Above: the second accident happened early Monday morning on Hwy 101 at Whipple Ave. Photo: Google

BAY AREA, CA – Two men have died in Bay Area motorcycle accidents.

The first fatality came Sunday afternoon in a collision in the 3100 block of Grizzly Peak Boulevard in the Oakland hills. The second happened early Monday morning in a multivehicle accident on northbound Highway 101 near Whipple Avenue.

Names of victims in Bay Area motorcycle accidents have not been released

According to the East Bay Times, the Sunday accident happened when a 2012 Mercedes traveling westbound collided with a 2012 Yamaha motorcycle going eastbound.

That motorcyclist suffered major injuries and died later at a hospital. The driver of the Mercedes stayed at the scene. He was not injured.

The Mercury News reports that at about 1:49 a.m. Monday, at least four vehicles were involved in an accident that killed a motorcyclist in his 30s.

That accident closed lanes of Highway 101 for about three hours.

The names of the motorcyclists have not been released.

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