Updated Tuesday 9 a.m. — The victim of the crash has died of her injuries at , according to the .
Updated Tuesday 5 a.m. — Sgt. Paul Paniagua of the issued the following press release early Tuesday morning:
At about 9:02 p.m. Napa Police Officers responded to a report of a motorcyclist who had collided into a parked vehicle on Seminary St just north of Napa St.
The responding officers located the victim, and single rider of a motorcycle, on the ground and being attended to by witnesses.
The rider was identified as Genelle Frontin, 36 yrs, a Napa resident. The victim was transported to Queen of the Valley Medical Center suffering from multiple internal injuries that are life threatening. Her immediate condition was listed as critical.
The Napa Police Department Traffic Collision Reconstruction Team took over the investigation.
The preliminary investigation showed that Frontin was travelling at a high rate of speed as she rode north on Seminary St.
She failed to negotiate a curve in the road and lost control of the motorcycle. She collided into the rear of vehicle parked on the east side of Seminary St just north of Napa St.
Frontin was not wearing a helmet at the time of the collision and alcohol is believed to be a factor in the collision. Seminary St was closed for approximately 3 hours while the collision was investigated.
Any witnesses are encouraged to contact Ofc. Helfrich at 257-9223.
Earlier on Napa Patch:
An unidentified female motorcyclist was taken to Monday night after she crashed her bike into the rear of a Nissan Maxima parked on the 1500 block of Seminary Street near Behrens Street north of downtown Napa around 9 p.m.
The impact of the collision wedged both motorcycle and rider underneath the parked vehicle. Bystanders had lifted the car off the unconscious woman by the time police and fire department paramedics arrived.
Battalion Chief Dan Hall said the victim suffered major injuries in the crash, which is under investigation by Napa police.