• November 29, 2022

Jesse James Graham Killed in Motorcycle, Truck Accident in Twiggs County, GA

Twiggs County, GA -- November 28, 2022, Jesse James Graham was killed after an accident where a motorcycle crashed with a semi-trailer.

Officials said that the incident happened in the early hours of Monday in the area of the I-16 off ramp to Highway 358.

It appears that 27-year-old Jesse James Graham was on a motorcycle traveling along the highway when a tractor-trailer "was turning onto the highway." The motorcycle crashed beneath the trailer, ultimately causing Graham to suffer fatal injuries.

Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Jesse James Graham Truck Accident in Twiggs County

There are a few key details missing here which could drastically change the landscape of what happened here. When I see a tractor-trailer "turning" onto a highway, the first image is that of an 18-wheeler stretched across lanes blocking traffic. Perhaps that happened here, and this all happened because someone wasn't keeping a proper lookout for the smaller motorcycle.

Jesse Graham Killed in Motorcycle, Truck Accident in Twiggs County, GA

However, if the vehicles were going the same direction and the trailer was making a right turn, these same details could still be accurate even though the implication of who may be responsible would be completely different. It's for situations like this I always try to encourage folks to seek out experienced investigators.

A deadly truck wreck is complex enough, but there is far too much bias surrounding motorcyclists to simply leave this sort of thing in the hands of authorities alone. Getting answers for the victim's loved ones needs to be a priority. I have serious concerns that the victim would still be alive had there been a more attentive trucker involved, but it's going to take clear evidence to say for certain one way or the other.

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