• August 15, 2022

Grayson Coates Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Wichita Falls, TX

Wichita Falls, TX -- August 13, 2022, Grayson Coates was killed due to an accident where a motorcycle crashed along the roadway.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 10:50 p.m. in the area of Midwester Parkway and Cedar Elm.

According to officials, 22-year-old Grayson Coates was on a motorcycle traveling along Midwestern. Somehow, the motorcycle lost control and ran off-road. There, it hit a sign, ejecting Coates.

Coates sustained fatal injuries as a result of the crash. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Grayson Coates Motorcycle Accident in Wichita Falls

Grayson Coates Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Wichita Falls, TX

Folks are quick to assume a motorcyclist was just being reckless and got themselves killed. That's entirely possible, and I wouldn't suggest I know otherwise. However, there could be all kinds of extenuating circumstances to consider. For all we know, there was a mechanical issue. Maybe hazards were in the road. Perhaps a local bar illegally over-served the victim and is liable under dram shop law. Maybe some other driver caused the victim to crash and left the scene. Likely or not, folks shouldn't rule anything out unless the evidence is clear. Without more thorough independent investigations, it's tough to say if those affected by this tragedy are truly getting the whole story.

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