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Texas couple recovering after horrendous motorcycle accident

For those who love riding motorcycles, the news that a fellow biker has been injured in an accident may be an emotional experience. Many Texas bikers consider each other like family, and they take it personally when one of their own meets with tragedy. Recently, a well-loved husband and wife were the subject of an outpouring of concern after a motorcycle accident left them with terrible injuries.

In the early morning hours, the couple was riding their motorcycle on their way home from a county fair. In the opposite lane, a car attempted to pass a truck by crossing into the couple's lane. Before the husband could maneuver the motorcycle out of the path of the oncoming car, the car struck the bike head on. The driver of the car did not stop to render aid and has not yet been located by police.

Friends and witnesses say the couple lay in the dark until emergency responders arrived. They were airlifted to the hospital where they underwent a series of surgical procedures to repair their injuries. Unfortunately, both victims suffered catastrophic injuries to their legs, and doctors were forced to amputate.

While police continue to search for the driver responsible for the motorcycle accident, the couple struggles to recover and knows that their lives will never be the same. Because of the severity of the accident, it is likely police already have information about the identity of the driver of the car that allegedly struck them. Those in Texas who are victims of similar tragedies are well within their rights to seek legal advice and pursue compensation for their injuries.

Source: click2houston.com, "Husband, wife each lose leg after hit-and-run crash in Waller County", Jonathan Martinez, Oct. 10, 2017

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