• January 31, 2022

Jason Michael Moore Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- January 28, 2022, Jason Michael Moore was killed due to an accident where Moore's motorcycle crashed along the highway.

Investigators reported that the crash took place late along the 8700 block of State Highway 99. According to reports, Jason Michael Moore was on a motorcycle traveling northbound along the highway. Somehow, the motorcycle ran off the roadway and hit the median barrier.

As a result of the crash, Moore sustained fatal injuries. It's unclear if anyone else was involved in the accident. Additional details are currently unavailable.

Commentary on Jason Michael Moore Motorcycle Accident in Harris County

Jason Michael Moore Motorcycle Accident Harris County, TX

There isn't much information on what happened here, which isn't exactly unusual this soon after the crash. Maybe authorities are hard at working looking into certain factors like fatigue, alcohol, speeding, etc. But are they considering other possibilities as well? I too often find that people jump to conclusions about single-vehicle wrecks, assuming the driver must have done something wrong. That's rarely more true than when the victim is a motorcyclist. A lot of people see motorcyclists as reckless daredevils who cause wrecks. Maybe that is what happened here, but what about things like mechanical defects? Tire failure? Road hazards? Other reckless drivers that left the scene? Even if a certain possibility seems unlikely, the victim's loved ones deserve to know they're getting the full story.


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