• September 09, 2022

Hunter Hess Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Springtown, TX

Springtown, TX -- September 2, 2022, Hunter Hess was killed after an accident where a motorcycle and a pickup collided.

Tarrant County officials released information saying the crash happened along Sandlin Lane southwest of Springtown at around 7:00 p.m.

It appears that 23-year-old Hess was on a motorcycle traveling northbound on Sandlin. Details suggest the motorcycle went into oncoming lanes while rounding a curve, and a southbound pickup hit the motorcycle.

Due to the collision, Hess sustained fatal injuries. No other injuries were mentioned. At this time, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Hunter Hess Motorcycle Accident in Springtown

I certainly don't want to suggest I know anything about this crash beyond what's in the news, but I also want to emphasize how important it is to take these details with a grain of salt.

Hunter Hess Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Springtown, TX

Quite frankly, folks are quick to blame motorcyclists even when they don't know the whole story. Perhaps a mistake led to this tragedy, but there could be other reasons to consider. And that's not to blame the other driver. For all we know, there was debris in the road that caused the rider to lose control.

At the end of the day, getting a family the help and answers they need means letting the evidence speak for itself. Are steps being taken here to see that happens?


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