Car accidents and Motorcycle accidents are far too common on Dallas and Fort Worth roads and streets. Crashes involving cars and motorcycles often end with very serious injuries and even death. There are things we can all do to share the road better with all drivers; we need to be more watchful of our surroundings and make sure to watch our speeding.
In this accident a young motorcycle driver was killed after crashing into a stopped Honda CRV. The crash happened on the northbound lanes of State Hwy 360 near Abram Street in Arlington, Tx.
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s office published some information on this crash.
Driver of Honda CRV Will Not Face Charges
My Arlington TX
By Tim Ciesco
Investigators determined the driver of the motorcycle rear-ended a Honda CRV that had come to a stop in the center lane due to heavy traffic on the highway. The force of the impact caused the motorcycle driver, a 26-year-old male, to be thrown from his bike. He was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced deceased.
Witnesses told officers the motorcycle driver was traveling at high speeds and changing lanes aggressively just prior to the crash.