WILMINGTON, DE — One person was killed in a major accident that happened in Wilmington, Delaware on Thursday, April 24th, 2014, according to a news report from WDEL.
Officials have said that they have said Terrance Williams was killed when the motorcycle he was driving collided with a vehicle that turned unexpectedly into his path while driving on North Market Street around 7:15 in the evening.
Scene of the Accident
Terrance Williams was pronounced dead on the scene when paramedics arrived.
Investigators hope to release more information pertaining to the accident in the coming days.
People have a tendency to blame victims in turning accidents, when they really are not armed with enough information about the accident. Whenever people are about to make a turn, the traffic they are going to cross is almost always heading right at them. I personally know accident investigators and veteran police that cannot determine the speed of a vehicle when it is traveling in your direction. If the driver of the vehicle he was turning in front of was speeding, the victim may have thought there was ample space and time to complete the turn.
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