• November 30, 2022

Luke Perry Fetterolf Killed in Accident on Granbury Highway in Parker County, TX

UPDATE (December 5, 2022): Officials released the name of the victim, saying that 28-year-old Luke Perry Fetterolf sustained fatal injuries due to the accident. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Parker County, TX -- November 28, 2022, a motorcyclist was killed after an accident where they crashed along Granbury Highway.

Initial details said that the crash took place at around 11:00 p.m. near the intersection of Granbury Highway/FM 51 and Baker Cut Off Road.

Luke Perry Fetterolf Killed in Accident in Parker County, TX

It appears that a 28-year-old man was on a motorcycle traveling along the highway when, for reasons unclear, the motorcycle ran off-road and crashed through a fence. Due to the collision, the Weatherford man sustained fatal injuries.

Additional details about the crash are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Luke Perry Fetterolf Accident in Parker County

There are two kinds of crashes that I see people always jumping to conclusions about. One is single-vehicle wrecks, and one is motorcycle wrecks. In both, people are far too quick to simply blame the victim. While this sort of thing is often the result of things like distracted or drunk driving, steps should always be taken to consider even unlikely possibilities. Without doing so, there's no telling what important details could slip through the cracks.

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