• November 11, 2022

Mack McKinley Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- November 5, 2022, Mack McKinley was killed after an accident between a passenger vehicle and a motorcycle.

Authorities said that the accident happened at around 9:00 p.m. in the 11300 block of Eastex Freeway. It appears that Mack McKinley was on a motorcycle traveling northbound on the freeway. A Chevy Malibu somehow hit the back of McKinley's bike, causing it to fall over.

McKinley sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. The other driver was not said to be injured nor have there been charges reported. Additional details are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Mack McKinley Motorcycle Accident in Harris County

There isn't much information about what happened here, so one can only wonder what investigations will uncover. Late in the evening, one particular concern is the possibility of drunk driving--especially in Harris County. If that's what happened here, that could be a lot more complex than just a driver facing charges. There could even be a local business responsible for this man's death.

Mack McKinley Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Harris County, TX

That's due to dram shop law, which says that an alcohol provider who over-serves an obviously intoxicated person can be liable for damages resulting from that intoxication. I try to bring this up when possible because it can be of significant help to victims and families, not to mention the community those businesses would otherwise continue putting in danger. But authorities aren't always thorough, meaning important information can slip through the cracks. Would further investigations here be necessary to ensure there is justice for this terrible event?


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