WACO, TX — One man is dead following a major motorcycle accident that happened in Waco, Texas on Friday, June 13th, 2014, according to the news report from KWTX.
Police familiar with details of the crash investigation have said that they have reason to believe Jeffrey Brooks was killed when the motorcycle he was driving was struck by a pickup truck while driving on Highway 84 near Wickson Road on Friday afternoon.
Scene of the Accident
Jeffrey Brooks was taken by EMS personnel to a nearby hospital where he died a short time after his arrival. No word yet on any other injuries sustained in the crash.
The investigation is being handled by representatives from the Waco Police Department.
The details in this news article are virtually nonexistent, but the accident is said to have taken place at an intersection. While we do not yet know much, if one of the vehicles involved ran the stop light or sign at the intersection, the fault would more than likely fall on their shoulders, provided there isn’t some major detail that has been left out of the news, an example being brake or steering column failure.
–Grossman Law Offices
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