Man Killed in Spring Valley Motorcycle Crash

Employees at a nearby restaurant said one of the drivers left "in a rage" after he was unable to buy coffee

A man was killed when his motorcycle collided with another car near a shopping center parking lot in Spring Valley Wednesday.

California Highway Patrol officers said the victim, a man in his 20s, was traveling westbound on Jamacha Boulevard near Sweetwater Road around 6:20 a.m.

The motorcyclist collided with a car making a left turn onto Jamacha from a shopping center.

The man was transported to Mercy Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

The driver of the Buick was not injured in the crash.

An employee from the McDonald’s near the crash scene claims the driver of the Buick stopped in for coffee but the restaurant’s system was down. She said the man appeared to be “in a rage” when he walked out of the restaurant moments before getting behind the wheel and colliding with the motorcycle.

NBC 7 spoke with the driver of the Buick and he told us the incident inside the McDonald’s had nothing to do with the crash.

CHP officers questioned the Buick's driver before he left the scene.

CHP investigators were on scene taking measurements.

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