Tragic Fatality in Thousand Oaks Motorcycle Crash; Lynn Road Shut Down

A 56-year-old Thousand Oaks man was killed in a fatal solo motorcycle accident on Thursday night that forced the closure of a section of Lynn Road for several hours.

The crash occurred around 7:07 p.m. on Lynn Road, just south of the intersection with Camino Manzanas, according to Ventura County Sheriff’s Capt. William Hutton.

1 dead in motorcycle crash in Thousand Oaks; Lynn Road closed

First responders arrived to find the motorcyclist had gone down and suffered major injuries. He was transported by ambulance to Los Robles Regional Medical Center but did not survive.

Authorities immediately shut down Lynn Road between the accident site and Portofino Place as sheriff’s traffic investigators responded to process the scene.

The closure remained in effect as of late Thursday night, with no details yet available on how the tragic accident occurred.

For those who regularly travel this stretch of Lynn Road, the motorcyclist’s death comes as a sobering reminder of the inherent risks that come with riding. As investigators work to piece together this fatal crash, many in the community are keeping the man’s family and friends in their thoughts during this difficult time.

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