Some people who live in the neighborhood of 26th and Grange, saw the accident first hand.
KSFY News talked to someone who didn't see it but heard it and rushed to the scene to lend a helping hand.
Jennifer Zeinner said "It was shocking that it happened right here"
Zeinner lives in the neighborhood where the accident took place. She was just putting her kids to bed when she heard a horrendous crash outside her home.
"I came out, I couldn't see a wreck, I was shocked at first, then I saw the people crumpled down here on the road and the motorcycle all the way down here," Zeinner said.
Zeinner says she went outside and did what she could to help.
"There were some college kids out here and I told them not to move them, and made sure they remained breathing and their heart beating, and just kind of helped until help got here," Zeinner said.
Zeinner says she comforted the accident victims until help arrived.
"I came out and seen them in the road, and it seemed as though the one gentleman was having trouble breathing and instead of moving his whole body. I just helped him, kind of moved his head. And we got him blankets, kind of propped him up until help got here," Zeinner said.
Zienner describes the scene as something she will never forget.
"Oh God, I can't even explain, I'll see it for the rest of my life," Zeinner said.