Siupeli Lauaki Oakland CA Obituary, Motorcyclist killed in crash as he live-streamed father’s funeral procession in Oakland

Siupeli LauakiĀ  Obituary, Death – A motorcyclist who was taking part in a funeral procession in Oakland on the afternoon of Thursday was killed in an accident that took place in the city. The motorcyclist was burying his father, who had recently passed away. The motorcyclist was deemed to have passed away as a result of the accident, as stated by both the police and members of the victim’s family. The accident occurred in the city of Oakland, which was the scene of the incident.

The collision that took place in the 4300 block of MacArthur Boulevard at High Street shortly after 1:30 p.m. resulted in the motorcyclist hitting a curb and being ejected from his bike. The incident took place at the intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and High Street. MacArthur Boulevard and High Street were intersecting at the time of the accident, which led to the collision.

Siupeli Lauaki, a resident of Oakland who was 34 years old, has been identified as the person who passed away, according to the office of the Alameda County coroner, which made the announcement on Friday. It was determined at the scene of the accident that Lauaki had passed away as a result of the collision.

At the time of the collision, Lauaki was the only person riding the motorcycle, and there were no other vehicles involved, as stated in the reports that were filed by the police. The operator of the Harley-Davidson was reportedly traveling in an easterly direction just prior to the collision, as stated by the police.

At the time of the accident, Lauaki was live streaming his participation in the procession on Facebook to his audience around the world. In order to remember and pay tribute to Lauaki, members of his family have penned a number of posts and distributed them across a variety of social media platforms.

The investigation into the causes of the collision, which is still going on, can be broken down as follows.