Transcript for Caught on Tape: Motorcyclist Crashes Into 2 Bicyclists
And now what could be the most terrifying road in america. One of the most infamous winding routes high above los angeles and about to show you a new video of a spectacular crash which everyone walked away from. It is going viral and abc's linsey davis is here with the latest. Linsey. Reporter: Good morning, lara. This stretch is obviously known to be dangerous, a popular photo-op for bikers who go there to get their photos taken. Watch what one videographer caught on camera, a case of being in the wrong place at the very wrong time. Watch what happens when this biker loses control. And then slams right into these two unsuspecting cyclists. Watch again as the biker drifts on to the shoulder of a california road colliding with the two men sending the first one flying and knocking the second one right off his bike. He's calling. Reporter: The first cyclist hit was taken to a local hospital for medical treatment. He was sitting up in pain, asked him what hurts the most and it was his elbow and low back. Reporter: The second one sustained only minor injuries. The incident occurred saturday afternoon on southern california's mull holtd highway along a 2.4-mile stretch of road aptly named the snake known for its tightly coiled curves and 21 hairbin turns. This particular corner is called edwards corner. Wrecks are so common here every weekend two photographers and a videographer camp out to capture the slide-outs, slip-ups and wipeouts that seem to be inevitable. It all becomes fodder for this youtube channel, a compilation of crashes, each with hundreds of thousands of views further popularizing this stretch of mulholland and drawing more riders of all abilities to this ascending uphill corner which might be best described as a collision course. The cyclist who was hit first was visiting from london. He is said to be doing okay. He was discharged from the hospital miraculously with no broken bones but not only dangerous for the cyclists but the motorcyclists themselves.
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