• October 10, 2022

William Riggs Injured in Truck Accident in Johnson County, KS

Johnson County, KS -- October 8, 2022, William Riggs was injured after an accident where a motorcycle crashed avoiding a truck.

Officials responded to the area of Highway 10 near Renner at around 8:30 a.m. It appears that 63-year-old William Riggs was traveling eastbound along the highway when a truck apparently merged into Riggs. This caused Riggs's motorcycle to run onto the shoulder where it hit grass and overturned.

Riggs sustained injuries as a result of the crash. The truck involved reportedly left the scene. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on William Riggs Truck Accident in Johnson County

William Riggs Injured in Truck Accident in Johnson County, KS

Believe it or not, simply relaying these details in the public eye is a positive step toward finding the driver involved. Someone is often able to connect the dots and come forward with important information. For example, I had folks come to me about a semi-truck hit-and-run that killed a couple. It turned out they went to police with the truck's information, but the officer was so swamped in work they someone lost that information. Fortunately, our efforts helped bring them back to light to identify the driver. Whatever led to this incident, similar efforts could prove useful in getting those involved the help they deserve.

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