• January 06, 2023

Troy Hodge Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- October 23, 2022, Troy Hodge sustained fatal injuries due to an accident where his motorcycle crashed.

Officials said that the incident happened at around 11:32 p.m. in the area of Gulf Freeway and Edgebrook Drive.

According to public reports, 50-year-old Troy Hodge was on a motorcycle traveling northbound along the freeway. Somehow, the vehicle lost control and fell over, ejecting Hodge.

Troy Hodge Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Houston, TX

Due to the accident, Hodge succumbed to fatal injuries. Reports did not identify anyone else being involved in the crash. Additional details have yet to be confirmed.

One of the most challenging lessons I try to teach readers is simply learning how to avoid jumping to conclusions. Motorcycle accidents happen to be one of the biggest sticking points, as a lot of folks out there simply assume all riders are reckless. I know from experience that's just not true.

Some riders are reckless, certainly, but the same is true for any kind of driver. In fact, I've found a lot of motorcyclists to be especially safe due to the risk other, larger vehicles pose to them. So for all we know, this all was the result of a tire blowout, a medical emergency, road hazards, or even a hit-and-run (tragically common in Harris County). That's why I encourage folks to avoid hasty conclusions with no evidence and focus rather on what can be done for those affected by these serious incidents.


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