• July 29, 2022

Dartagnan Stanley Killed in Motorcycle Crash on Nasa Parkway in Seabrook, TX

Seabrook, TX — July 4, 2022, 63-year-old Dartagnan Stanley died in a single-vehicle motorcycle accident on Nasa Parkway in Harris County.

According to reports the incident happened around 2:45 a.m. on Nasa Parkway near Elam Street. Preliminary investigation suggests Stanley was riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle east on the highway when he reportedly straightened a curve and left his lane. The bike hit a curb in the 2900 block of the highway, then ran up it and over the sidewalk. It traveled a short distance further east and then hit a storm drain.

Stanley was ejected during the crash and suffered fatal injuries.

No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Dartagnan Stanley Accident in Seabrook

I can't say what happened here better than anyone else reading these reports, but I do have experience with motorcycle wrecks and that causes some concern after crashes like this. I often come across situations where authorities don't give them the attention they deserve, content instead to blame the motorcyclist right away for some kind of reckless behavior like speeding or drunk driving. That's a big problem if their loved ones try to get answers or seek help.

Dartagnan Stanley Killed in Single-Vehicle Crash on Nasa Parkway in Seabrook, TX

Am I saying riders are never responsible for their accidents? Not at all. I'm only saying that it's unfair to assume something like that before a more thorough investigation is conducted. It's important to make sure the investigators in charge of this accident are professional enough to find the objective facts that tell the true story. Waiting around to see if the police will do the job right may not be the best path forward.

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