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Texas man killed in motorcycle crash; passenger injured

Traveling by motorcycle is the transportation of choice for many Texas residents. Unfortunately, riders face a greater risk of injury or death in the event of a serious motorcycle crash. No matter how diligent one may be when operating these vehicles, an unavoidable collision can occur without warning.

Recently, there was a report of another serious collision involving a motorcycle and a passenger vehicle. The Chief of Police in the town near where the collision occurred stated that the motorcyclist, a 52-year-old man, and his female passenger were traveling north along Highway 96 near the convergence of FM 363 just after 6 p.m. A vehicle that was traveling south, purportedly attempted to complete a left turn east onto FM 363.

The motorcycle struck the right side of the larger vehicle. The impact killed the driver of the motorcycle. His passenger was transported by a medical helicopter to the nearest hospital that was equipped to treat her critical injuries. The occupants of the car were also transported for medical care.

Texas officials are likely still working to close their investigation, and it is unknown whether the driver of the car will face any charges in connection with this fatal motorcycle crash. Neither the nature of her injuries nor the future prognosis of the female passenger were released to the public. If she survives her injuries, she will most likely endure an arduous recovery while also grieving the loss of her companion. Those who suffer serious injuries -- or have lost loved ones due to a fatal crash -- that were the result of negligence on the part of another party may choose to consult with an experienced attorney who can assess their case and provide assistance in pursuing recompense for the monetary losses that may have been incurred.

Source: kfdm.com, "Groves man, 52, dies after motorcycle crash in Kirbyville", Mike Lout, April 3, 2018

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