• May 06, 2022

Daniel Randolph Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Abilene, TX

Abilene, TX -- May 5, 2022, Daniel Randolph was injured following an accident where a motorcycle and a passenger car collided.

According to reports, officials said that the incident took place at the intersection of North 3rd Street and Willis Street.

Investigators said that 72-year-old Daniel Randolph was on a motorcycle when it and a car making a left turn somehow collided.

Randolph was thrown from the vehicle and sustained critical injuiries. Right now, the exact cause of the crash remains unclear.

Commentary on Daniel Randolph Motorcycle Accident in Abilene

Daniel Randolph Motorcycle Accident Abilene, TX

There isn't much information about what happened here, but that may not deter folks from jumping to conclusions. After all, a lot of people will simply assume that a motorcyclist involved in a crash must have been doing something wrong. Could it be that's what happened here? Certainly, but a lot of motorcyclists get hurt because people in larger vehicles aren't keeping a proper lookout for them. The problem is that when investigators have this negative bias, they can overlook crucial information those people need to get help. So, are the authorities here extraordinarily prudent and giving this incident a fair set of eyes, or will there need to be more thorough investigations?

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