David Zeitulaev Killed in Motorcycle Crash on Bradshaw Road [Sacramento, CA]

David Zeitulaev Killed in Motorcycle Crash on Bradshaw Road [Sacramento, CA]

Josue Contreras

David Zeitulaev Killed in Motorcycle Crash on Bradshaw Road [Sacramento, CA]

17-Year-Old Teen Rider Died After Motorcycle Collision on Bradshaw Road

SACRAMENTO, CA (May 4, 2021) David Zeitulaev was killed in a motorcycle crash on Friday afternoon on Bradshaw Road.

The fatal crash happened just after 2:30 p.m. on April 23 on Bradshaw Road near Jackson Road.

According to reports, Zeitulaev was riding his motorcycle on Bradshaw when he collided with a car turning left onto private property.

As a result of the crash, the 17-year-old rider was thrown off from his motorcycle and was hit by another vehicle that was driving behind the first one.

Paramedics pronounced the rider dead upon arrival.

Furthermore, the loved ones of David Zeitulaev made a GoFundMe account to help for his funeral expenses.

Police ruled out alcohol or drugs as factors in the fatal accident. However, an investigation is currently underway.

We at Sweet James offer our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of David Zeitulaev.

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