Christian radio personality and former major league baseball player Frank Pastore remained in critical condition in an intensive care unit Friday after being severely injured in a motorcycle crash in Duarte earlier this week.
Pastore, 55, of Upland, who hosts the "Frank Pastore Show" on KKLA 99.5 FM, suffered major head injuries shortly after 7:30 p.m. Monday as he was riding his Honda VTX 1800 motorcycle east in the carpool lane of the Foothill (210) Freeway near Buena Vista Street when he was sideswiped by a car and collided with the center divider, California Highway Patrol officials said.
The baseball pitcher-turned religious radio host was in a coma following the crash, family members said.
Initially hospitalized in critical condition, Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center spokeswoman Rosa Saca said Friday his condition was "unchanged."
"It's difficult to tell at this point what the outcome will be," she said.
The cause of the crash was being investigated by the Baldwin Park office of the CHP, however intoxicated driving or other crimes were not suspected, according to CHP Sgt. Kurt Stormes.
The 56-year-old Glendora woman who was driving the Hyundai Sonata that collided with Pastore has not been arrested or cited.
Due to a reporting error, in an earlier version of this story the type of motorcycle driven by Frank Pastore was incorrectly identified. Pastore's motorcycle was a Honda VTX 1800.