• May 09, 2022

William Weatherford Killed, 1 Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, TX -- May 6, 2022, William Weatherford was killed and another person was injured after an accident where a motorcycle and a car crashed.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 8:45 p.m. along East Broadway at Idalou Road.

In their reports, investigators said that 49-year-old William Weatherford was on a motorcycle traveling northbound along Idalou. At Broadway, police say an eastbound Chevy Equinox went "into the path" of the motorcycle. The two vehicles then collided.

As a result of the crash, Weatherford succumbed to fatal injuries. One person in the other vehicle reportedly had minor injuries. At this time, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on William Weatherford Motorcycle Accident in Lubbock

William Weatherford Motorcycle Accident Lubbock, TX

With a situation like this, it's very important to make sure people aren't jumping to conclusions. I find that people are offten quick to blame motorcyclists even when they don't have any details about a crash. Even the authorities can make this mistake. In reality, I know from experience how safe a lot of motorcyclists are precisely because people don't keep a proper lookout for them. Maybe that happened here, maybe the motorcyclist did make a mistake, or maybe there were extenuating circumstances neither driver could account for. That's not for me to say. My hope is simply that someone with experience handles things to make sure that the evidence can speak for itself.


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