• July 07, 2022

One Injured in Motorcycle Accident on 82nd Street in Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, TX -- July 5, 2022, one person was injured due to an accident where a motorcycle and another vehicle crashed on 82nd Street.

Investigators reported that the crash took place near the intersection of 82nd Street and Milwaukee Avenue. Right now, the cause of the crash is unavailable. Reports said only that a passenger vehicle and a motorcycle collided, sending the motorcyclist to a hospital with moderate injuries. No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Motorcycle Accident on 82nd Street in Lubbock

Lubbock, TX Motorcycle Accident Injures 1 on 82nd Street at Milwaukee

I certainly can't comment on what happened here since there's really no information on what actually did happen. But when it comes to motorcycle wrecks, my concern is always whether or not it's getting the attention it deserves. Folks tend to jump to conclusions with motorcyclists, assuming they must have been doing something reckless. Possible as that may be, I've known plenty of motorcyclists who were more than responsible that fell victim to more reckless drivers in larger vehicles. Without careful investigations, those details can easily slip through the cracks. Are authorities being prudent here, or will getting answers require more thorough independent investigations?

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