• July 12, 2022

David Lee Reyes Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Weslaco, TX

Weslaco, TX -- July 10, 2022, David Lee Reyes was killed due to an accident where a vehicle hit a motorcycle and fled the scene.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 8:00 p.m. along FM 2221 near Brushline Road.

Authorities reported that 25-year-old David Lee Reyes was on a motorcycle traveling along FM 2221 when a collision with a black Chrysler 300 occurred. That car then reportedly left the scene.

Reyes succumbed to fatal injuries as a result of the collision. Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on David Lee Reyes Motorcycle Accident in Mission

With a situation like this, it's imperative to keep the details in the public eye as much as possible. The best chance of finding a runaway driver is usually getting help from the community. Someone is often able to come forward with crucial details identifying the driver. It could be a neighbor, an acquaintance, a co-worker, a family member, or even just an attentive stranger or repair shop. People that flee the scene are usually hiding something like warrants or drunk driving. Whether or not that happened here, that person still must answer for their actions so this ma's family can at least get some much needed closure.

David Lee Reyes Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Weslaco, TX


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