police-light-bar1.jpgA San Francisco man was airlifted Sunday morning after a motorcycle accident on state Highway 1 in which he drifted into the southbound lane, striking two vehicles, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Motorcyclist Oscar Bruening, 32, was traveling on state Highway 1, just south of Fairfax-Bolinas Road when he lost control of his Suzuki motorcycle, CHP officials said.

Bruening first collided with a Honda Accord traveling in the opposite direction and was jettisoned off his motorcycle, striking a Toyota Sienna minivan traveling behind the Honda, CHP officials said.

Bruening came to rest in the roadway with a fractured femur, a laceration to his lower back and abrasions, CHP officials said.

Bruening was airlifted from the scene by a helicopter at about 11:25 a.m. and transported to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek for medical treatment.

Bruening’s injuries did not appear to be life threatening, CHP officials said.

Hannah Albarazi, Bay City News

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