• May 17, 2022

Darrick Frohm Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX -- May 15, 2022, Darrick Frohm was killed due to an accident where a motorcycle crashed with another vehicle along the highway.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 6:15 p.m. along US 287 in the area of Mitchell Boulevard.

Initial reports said that 34-year-old Darrick Frohm was on a motorcycle traveling southbound along the highway. In a series of events unclear, the motorcycle and another southbound vehicle collided with one another, ejecting Frohm.

Due to the collision, Frohm sustained fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported. The cause of the crash remains unclear at this time.

Commentary on Darrick Frohm Motorcycle Accident in Fort Worth

Darrick Frohm Motorcycle Accident Fort Worth, TX

It isn't entirely clear what happened here, and I can only hope experienced and careful investigators are handling things. Even reports from police may not be enough to say what really happened here. A possible challenge to consider after a crash like this is the fact a lot of people have a negative view of motorcyclists. This can lead folks to jump to conclusions and blame a motorcyclist without any actual evidence. Unfortunately, even the police are susceptible to this bias. That's just another reason I almost always rely on independent investigators who let the facts speak for themselves. If nothing else, a family affected by a tragedy like this deserves some answers. Are steps being taken to get them those answers?

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