5 North County Motorcycle Club Members Seriously Injured in Vista Crash

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Five people suffered serious injuries Saturday in a crash involving at least three motorcycles and a Toyota sedan in Vista.

The crash was reported about 6:40 p.m. at 1385 East Vista Way, just north of Foothill Drive, San Diego County Sheriff‘s Lt. Matthew Glisson said.

He said five people were taken to the hospital. Video from the scene showed a helicopter transporting one of the injured.

The motorcyclists involved in the crash were apparently all members of the Rival motorcycle club based in North County.

Vista Way was shut down in both directions between Foothill Drive and Palomar Place for the sheriff’s investigation, he said.

— From Staff and Wire Reports

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