Motorcyclists are facing felony charges in a fatal crash that injured two other riders on Sunday.
Mavic Motorcycle, which is owned by Yamaha, was heading to the beach when it came off the road and into the water, according to police.
One rider suffered life-threatening injuries.
The other man, an unknown rider, suffered minor injuries and is expected to survive, police said.
The accident happened around 2:30 a.m. at the beach, where two motorcycle riders had been surfing, according the San Diego County Sheriff’s Office.
The first rider was uninjured, and he was taken to a hospital for treatment, according.
The second rider, an unidentified rider, was in critical condition, but police did not release his condition.
The third rider was unharmed, and was taken in for treatment.
The crash left the two riders, both 25, critically injured.
The motorcycle is registered to an unidentified person, according San Diego Police Department Lt.
John H. Ponte, a spokesman for the department.
“The investigation is continuing, but it appears that the motorcyclist was traveling the wrong direction,” Ponte said.
“He had to do a 180-degree turn.
The wind came in the wrong way and the motorbike struck the other rider.”
Police said they have not yet determined the cause of the accident.
No arrests have been made.