• May 16, 2022

Ben Bolt Woman Injured in Motorcycle Accident on Lynn Street in Alice, TX

Alice, TX -- October 31, 2021, a Ben Bolt woman was injured following an accident where a motorcycle crashed along Lynn Street.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 8:24 p.m. along Lynn Street off Park Street.

According to reports, a 59-year-old Ben Bolt woman was on a motorcycle traveling southbound along South Park Street. Somehow, the motorcycle veered off the roadway where it crashed outside of a property.

The motorcyclist had incapacitating injuries, reports say. The cause of the crash cannot be confirmed without more thorough investigations.

Commentary on Ben Bolt Woman Motorcycle Accident on Lynn Street in Alice

Ben Bolt Woman Motorcycle Accident Lynn Street park street Alice, TX

Something to keep in mind in these situations is that initial reports rarely tell the whole story. There is also some concern with motorcycle wrecks, since a lot of people are quick to blame motorcyclists without actually having evidence to do so. Maybe the authorities here were more thorough, but I've had plenty of situations where I looked into a crash police blamed on the victim only to find other factors caused the crash. Perhaps similar efforts will prove necessary here to make sure the facts come to light and to leave no room for baseless assumptions.


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