• November 03, 2022

Motorcyclist Injured in Hit-and-run Accident on Cedar Springs Road in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX -- November 3, 2022, one person was injured after an accident where a vehicle hit a motorcyclist, then left the scene.

Initial details say that the incident happened at around 1:00 a.m. along Cedar Springs Road near Dallas Love Field.

According to officials, a motorcyclist was traveling along Cedar Springs when a Cadillac car hit them. The vehicle dragged the rider some distance before the rider fell free. The Cadillac then left the scene.

As a result of the crash, the motorcyclist was left in serious condition. Authorities continue their search for the driver.

Commentary on Motorcycle Hit-and-run Accident on Cedar Springs Road in Dallas

Motorcyclist Injured in Hit-and-run Accident on Cedar Springs Road in Dallas, TX

It's always infuriating to see people leave an accident scene. It's usually a sign there was something specific they didn't want authorities to know about, such as suspended licenses, drugs, or drunk driving. It's important to keep these details in the public eye as much possible. Usually, someone is able to connect the dots and come forward to help authorities ID the driver. The same may yet prove true here, as well. Once the driver is found, steps can be taken to explore the best possible avenues to get the victim the help they deserve.

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