• February 22, 2021

Bonnie Lynn Williams Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Corinth, TX

Corinth, TX -- February 20, 2021, Bonnie Lynn Williams was killed as the result of an accident where Williams's motorcycle crashed.

Authorities reported that the crash happened sometime before 4:00 p.m. Saturday in the area of 5920 I-35E.

Right now, the cause of the accident remains unclear. Authorities said only that 64-year-old Bonnie Lynn Williams was operating a motorcycle on I-35E. A crash somehow occurred, ultimately resulting in fatal injuries.

At this time, investigations are ongoing.

Commentary on Bonnie Lynn Williams Motorcycle Accident in Corinth

Bonnie Lynn Williams Motorcycle Accident Corinth TX

Clearly, this early on it would be irresponsible to go jumping to conclusions about what happened here. I just hope others reading about this crash give the victim the same benefit of the doubt I do. Unfortunately, I've seen far too many instances of crashes involving motorcyclists where people automatically blame the motorcyclist. There's an all too common misconception that all motorcyclists are reckless drivers. I've handled enough cases throughout the years to know nothing could be farther from the truth. But where that really becomes a challenge is when the authorities share this negative bias. If the officials in charge of this aren't willing to turn over every stone in search of answers for the victim's loved ones, how can anyone be sure the official story is the full story? Are the authorities in charge of this going to give the victim's loved ones the answers they deserve, or will there need to be a more thorough independent investigation to make sure that happens?


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