SKY VALLEY, California –  Ivy Goodman, 28, of Sky Valley was identified today as one of two people killed Wednesday when the driver of a pickup truck made a turn in front of their motorcycle on Dillon Road at Hot Springs Road, according to a report by the Riverside County Coroner Department.

Goodman was allegedly riding on the back of a Honda motorcycle that was unable to avoid crashing into the full-sized pickup truck about 3:39 p.m.  The male driver of the motorcycle also died at the scene of the traffic accident, but has not yet been identified by the coroner.

Luis Magana, 38, of Sky Valley was driving the truck that allegedly crashed into the motorcycle as the bike was attempting to make a turn at the intersection.

Three people suffered minor injuries in the crash including Magana, his juvenile passenger and the driver of a third vehicle Timothy Holloway whose Daewoo was stopped at the intersection, Valley News reported. The juvenile was transported by ambulance to Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage where he was treated for his injuries.

The California Highway Patrol is investigating the crash to determine whether speed was a factor.

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