Cabot, AR — Local news reports confirmed that an Austin, TX man was killed on Wednesday morning, June 5, 2013 after a fatal motorcycle accident. Police said that Dusty Abshure, 26, was killed and his 32-year old female passenger was injured at about 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
According to the reports, Abshure was driving the motorcycle and was on New Country Road near Evergreen when he lost control and swerved off the opposite side of the roadway. The motorcycle then crashed into a tree and ejected both Abshure and his female passenger.
Abshure was killed immediately and his passenger was taken to a hospital with unknown injuries. The Arkansas State Police are also involved in the investigation, according to their website.
Scene of the Accident
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