• January 09, 2023

Anthony Savage, Dejanie Graves Killed in Motorcycle, Car Accident on I-30 in Fort Worth, TX

UPDATE (January 19, 2023): The victims of this accident have been identified as 25-year-old Anthony Savage and 26-year-old Dejanie Graves. Details clarified that Savage was on the motorcycle while Graves was a passenger in the car that crashed previous to the motorcycle incident. It also says that the driver of the vehicle that previously crashed and several other passengers were injured, as well. The cause has yet to be confirmed.

Fort Worth, TX -- January 7, 2023, two people were killed due to an accident where a motorcycle and a car collided on I-30.

Officials with the Fort Worth Police Department said that the incident happened at approximately 2:26 a.m. along westbound I-30 near Alta Mere Drive.

Preliminary details said that there was a sedan stopped along the highway, though it's unclear if it was on the shoulder or in a lane of travel. While there, a motorcycle somehow hit it, ejecting the motorcyclist.

Anthony Savage, Dejanie Graves Killed in Motorcycle, Car Accident in Fort Worth, TX

Both the rider and a woman from the car succumbed to fatal injuries. Right now, specifics remain unavailable as investigations continue. Folks may want to jump to all kinds of conclusions, but it shouldn't take someone with my experience to know that would be irresponsible. Likely or not, there are all kinds of factors that can go into a series of events like this.

Visibility, mechanical issues, alcohol or drugs, road conditions, speeds, medical problems, distraction, other vehicles that left the scene--if authorities aren't taking the time to consider all possible factors, can we be certain the victims' loved ones are going to get the answers they deserve?


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