• October 06, 2022

Roberto Rodriguez Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Palmhurst, TX

Palmhurst, TX -- September 20, 2022, Roberto Rodriguez was injured due to an accident where a motorcycle and a car collided.

Initial details released indicate that the crash happened in the area of 3 Mile Line Road and Shary Road at around 10:00 p.m.

Investigators say they believe 64-year-old Roberto Rodriguez was on a Harley-Davidson which was traveling eastbound on 3 Mile Line. Crossing Shary, it appears an oncoming car made a left turn to go southbound, and the vehicles collided.

Rodriguez sustained injuries described as incapacitating. No further information about the accident can be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Roberto Rodriguez Motorcycle Accident in Palmhurst

Experience taught me to always take initial details from authorities with a grain of salt due to the fact they're likely not telling the whole story. That's especially true when it comes to motorcyclists.

Roberto Rodriguez Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Palmhurst, TX

Put simply, folks are quick to assume a motorcyclist was being reckless, and that leads them to jump to conclusions. Even authorities can let something important slip through the cracks because they may think they already know what happened.

For victims and families in need, this can obviously be a significant obstacle to overcome. Ensuring there are independent investigations is one way to anticipate and overcome those barriers to get them the help they deserve. Hopefully those steps are being taken.

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