• April 12, 2022

Adam Guinn Injured in Motorcycle Accident in San Patricio County, TX

San Patricio County, TX -- March 26, 2022, Adam Guinn was injured due to an accident where a motorcycle crashed along the roadway.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 10:28 p.m. along Highway 35 near FM 1069.

In their reports, officials said that 31-year-old Adam Guinn was on a Kawasaki motorcycle traveling southbound along the highway. While rounding a curve, the motorcycle ran off the side of the road and crashed into a pole.

Guinn reportedly had incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Additional details about the crash cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Adam Guinn Motorcycle Accident in San Patricio County

Adam Guinn Motorcycle Accident San Patricio County, TX

Something I encounter a lot is people reading about motorcycle accidents and just assuming the motorcyclist did something wrong. Is that possible? Sure, and it's not even too uncommon. That's especially true with late night single-vehicle accidents. But jumping to conclusions isn't going to help anyone. As possible as it is this was due to something like speeding, distraction, or drunk driving, it's also possible something like mechanical issues, road hazards, or a tire blowout led to the crash. The key is making sure the crash is in the hands of professionals who won't ignore something just because it seems unlikely. Getting people the help they need means ensuring nothing important slips through the cracks. Were those efforts ever made here?

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