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Head injury from Orange County accident causes death of elderly man.


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9/29/2009
James E. Ballidis
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Kevin Petrimolx, a 67 year old Huntington Beach man was killed recently when the bicycle he was riding on crashed and he suffered traumatic head injuries. However, police investigators are still investigating exactly what happened since no eyewitnesses have yet to come forward. The accident happened on Warner and Greentree avenues.

According to Petrimolx’s wife, he rode his bike daily down Warner Avenue to PCH and then down to the Huntington Beach Pier. He enjoyed the beach, his family and was a devoted member of his church.  Unfortunately, he did not use a helmet.  Whether riding a motorcycle or bicycle, more than 50% of fatalities arise from those not wearing a helmet.

Petrimolx also was an Anaheim Hills police officer and the owner of the Foxfire restaurant. He had a full life and was going to be celebrating his 30 year wedding anniversary this month. His family is still trying to make sense of this whole tragedy but is looking for the public’s help. If you were in this area of Orange County on Sunday, Sept. 16 at around 1pm, Huntington Beach traffic detectives would like to talk with you.

Riding a bicycle in and around traffic takes your full concentration and knowledge of the rules of the road. If you have been injured while riding  a bike, contact an experienced Orange County  bicycle injury attorney today.

Category: Bicycle Accidents


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