California motorcycle clubs are raising money for the family of a girl who was killed in a San Bernardino County motorcycle accident.
The crash happened last Tuesday around 11 a.m. in Rancho Cucamonga when a semi truck made an unexpected U-turn in front of the motorcycle.
The trucker reportedly did not know that the collision occurred and continued to make the U-turn with the motorcycle underneath it. Witnesses screamed for the trucker to stop and tried to assist the victims.
“I ran and checked the baby’s pulse,” one witness told NBC News, referring to the 4-year-old girl. “There was nothing.”
Many witnesses expressed surprise that a 4-year-old was riding on the motorcycle, but California does not have a minimum age for motorcycle passengers.
The Biker Network and the Fallen Riders Foundation recently held a fundraiser to help the family of the deceased girl, who was riding with her mother’s boyfriend at the time of the crash.
Investigators are still determining whether the trucker will face criminal charges.