• October 28, 2022

Arcely Montemayor Injured in Motorcycle Accident near Greenwood, TX

Greenwood, TX -- October 26, 2022, Arcely Montemayor was injured due to an accident between a motorcycle and a car.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 5:45 a.m. along FM 51 at the intersection of FM 455.

Arcely Montemayor Injured in Motorcycle Accident near Greenwood, TX

Officials said that 37-year-old Arcely Montemayor was southbound on FM 51 on a motorcycle. At the same time, a Chevy Sonic was northbound. The Chevy reportedly attempted to make a left turn, crashing into Montemayor's motorcycle.

Montemayor was taken to a hospital following the crash. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Arcely Montemayor Motorcycle Accident in Wise County

With a crash like this, one must consider that things may not be as simple as they seem. While some folks will see that a car made a left turn and think that's straight-forward, others may fall into the age old bias of motorcyclists being reckless drivers. That's one of the reasons I always tell folks to just let the evidence speak for itself. That usually means independent investigations beyond simply waiting on the authorities. Getting people the help they need means being proactive and ensuring no important details slip through the cracks.

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