• December 06, 2022

Eric Salazar Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- November 24, 2022, Eric Salazar was killed following an accident where his motorcycle crashed along Grand Parkway.

Eric Salazar Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Harris County, TX

Officials said they were called to the 3500 block of Peek Road at the Grand Parkway service road at around 3:00 a.m. It appears that Eric Salazar was on a Harley Davidson at the time during heavy fog. Somehow, the motorcycle lost control and crashed into a curb, causing the bike to crash into the roadside ditch.

Salazar sustained injuries which ultimately proved fatal. No further information about the crash has been released at this time.

Commentary on Eric Salazar Motorcycle Accident in Harris County

As big an issue as fog can be for motorists, it's important investigators consider other possible factors rather than jumping to conclusion. Unfortunately, there are two kinds of wrecks most likely to make people jump to conclusions: motorcycle wrecks, and single-vehicle wrecks. This crash involving both situations only makes me more concerned the victim's loved ones may not be getting the answers they deserve. Would more thorough investigations from experienced accident reconstructionists show there's more to this awful story?

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