• July 20, 2022

Jeremiah Jordan Hogan Killed in Accident on US 281 at Hildebrand in San Antonio, TX

UPDATE (July 25, 2022): Recent reports identified the victim as 22-year-old Jeremiah Jordan Hogan. Additional details about the crash are unavailable at this time.

San Antonio, TX -- July 19, 2022, one person was killed following an accident where a motorcycle crashed along Highway 281.

Investigators reported that the crash took place in the area of US Highway 281 and East Hildebrand Avenue. It appears that a Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle was traveling southbound on the highway when it lost control and crashed.

Due to the accident, the unidentified motorcyclist sustained fatal injuries. Reports mentioned no one else being involved in the crash. Additional details are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Motorcycle Accident US 281 in San Antonio

I see some comments about this crash already assuming the motorcyclist was being reckless. Is that a likely explanation? Quite frankly, yes. But jumping to conclusions isn't going to help anyone. It's important to consider all possible factors if only to ensure a victim's loved ones get the answers they deserve. This could have happened due to a tire blowout. Maybe someone cut off the motorcyclist. Maybe a local bar illegally over-served the driver and can be held accountable for doing so. It's not about whether or not something is likely. It's about getting answers, and that's not going to happen with folks jumping to conclusions, common as they may be.

Jeremiah Jordan Hogan Killed in Motorcycle Accident in San Antonio, TX

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