Dallas, TX — A motorcyclist was hit and killed last Sunday evening (April 28, 2013) after she was hit by a car on I-20. Police identified local Duncanville resident Amanda Beachum, 33, as the female motorcyclist who was killed at about 10:00 p.m. on Sunday when a black car rear-ended her on I-20.
Police reported that Beachum was riding with a group of bikers and stopped on eastbound I-20 for unknown reasons. A small black car then struck the back of her motorcycle, throwing Beachum. She was killed in the accident, but there was no report of injuries.
The cause of the accident is still being investigated and police did not mention if any charges would be filed in the matter.
Scene of the Accident
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