• November 03, 2022

Levi Davis Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX -- September 25, 2022, Levi Davis was killed following an accident where a motorcycle crashed off-road.

Details say that the crash took place at approximately 12:12 a.m. in the area of Avondale Haslet Road and Avondale Farms Road.

Officials said that 32-year-old Levi Davis was on a Kawasaki motorcycle traveling along Avondale Haslet. Somehow, the motorcycle lost control, causing Davis's bike to crash off-road.

The crash resulted in fatal injuries for Davis. It's unclear if anyone else was involved. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Levi Davis Motorcycle Accident in Fort Worth

Levi Davis Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Fort Worth, TX

A big concern I have anytime I read about a tragedy like this one is whether or not it ever got the attention it deserved. Frankly, people are quick to blame motorcyclists after a crash before they even know what happened. They just figure the victim must have been speeding or weaving through traffic. As possible as that is, I've had many accidents like this come to me where it turned out the riders were being perfectly safe, and something beyond their control led to the crash. The same could prove true here, but it may take more thorough independent investigations to say for sure.

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