• September 08, 2022

Gregory Jefferson Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Waco, TX

Waco, TX -- September 3, 2022, Gregory Jefferson was killed due to an accident where a motorcycle and a pickup collided.

Preliminary details indicated that the accident happened at around 5:00 p.m. in the area of North Valley Mills Drive and Bosque Boulevard.

Authorities said that 33-year-old Gregory Jefferson was on a motorcycle traveling northbound on Valley Mills. From oncoming lanes, a Ford F-150 turned left across Jefferson's path, and the vehicles collided.

Jefferson was thrown from the bike and reportedly sustained fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional factors surrounding the crash are unclear.

Commentary on Gregory Jefferson Motorcycle Accident in Waco

It's likely this comes down to who had the right-of-way at the time of the crash. A vehicle turning left into a parking lot isn't usually the one in the right, but I can't speculate about this specific wreck. With that said, a potential challenge to keep in mind is simply that the victim was on a motorcycle.

Gregory Jefferson Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Waco, TX

A lot of folks will be quick to blame the victim because they think motorcyclists are all reckless. Those drivers exist, but motorcyclists are often the victims of people in larger vehicles failing to keep a proper lookout. Instead of jumping to conclusions, it's likely best experienced investigators look into things and ensure the victim's loved ones are getting the facts.


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