A motorcyclist who had been riding on the southbound 57 Freeway Thursday night died after he lost control, and at least two vehicles hit him, according to the California Highway Patrol as The Orange County Register reports. At the time of the crash, which happened roughly around 10:03 p.m. on March 1, 2012 north of Imperial Highway, the 30-year-old man had been traveling at a high-rate of speed in the number 2 or 3 lanes, California Highway Patrol said in a news release.

As the Register reports, California Highway Patrol said the victim was riding a 2009 Yamaha R6 when he lost control and was thrown from the bike onto the number 1 lane. The motorcycle landed in the number 3 lane. After the motorcyclist crashed, a Dodge Durango hit him and also a Hyundai Elantra. A Toyota Camry struck the motorcycle that was lying in the number 3 lane, California Highway Patrol stated.

The victim had not been identified as of the writing of the story. He died at the scene of the crash. According to a press release from the California Highway Patrol that the Register reported on, an 18-year-old who had been driving the Dodge Durango was arrested later at his home on suspicion of felony hit and run.

According to California Highway Patrol, others may have been involved in the collision without realizing it.

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