• November 03, 2022

Jeffrey Kent Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Fort Bend County, TX

Fort Bend County, TX -- October 9, 2022, Jeffrey Kent was injured due to an accident where a motorcycle crashed off the roadway.

Authorities indicated that the crash happened along South Fry Road near Highway 99 at around 2:19 a.m.

It appears that 38-year-old Jeffrey Kent was the rider of a Harley-Davidson driving eastbound along South Fry. The motorcycle somehow veered into the curb, then fell and skidded off-road.

Kent's injuries were said to be incapacitating. Others do not appear to have been involved. The exact cause of the crash remains unconfirmed at this time.

Commentary on Jeffrey Kent Motorcycle Accident in Fort Bend County

When people read about a motorcycle crash, they often just assume the rider was being reckless. Is that possible? Absolutely, but on this blog I frequently discuss the importance of giving victims the benefit of the doubt so the evidence can speak for itself. I see no reason why this crash would be an exception.

Jeffrey Kent Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Fort Bend County, TX

From speeding to alcohol to medical issues to mechanical defects to road hazards, there are all sorts of things which can cause a crash like this. Folks might assume police would get all of that information, but I've seen far too many situations where police overlooked something important due to a lack of experience, a lack of equipment, or perhaps a lack of ability to put aside their own bias. Perhaps independent investigations would show something similar happened here.

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