• February 24, 2023

Alex Sadler Killed in Three-Wheel Motorcycle Accident on Debbie Lane in Arlington, TX

UPDATE (March 3, 2023): Information given by the Arlington Police say the man killed in the accident was 30-year-old Alex Lee Sadler. They did not give additional details about the crash.

Arlington, TX -- February 22, 2023, a man was killed as the result of an accident on Debbie Lane involving a three-wheel motorcycle.

Preliminary details from Arlington officials say the crash happened on East Debbie Lane east of Matlock Road. The exact cause of the crash remains unclear. A man was riding a 2018 Can-Am Spyder motorcycle when it somehow ran off the roadway. The vehicle then crashed, ejecting the rider. That man died as a result.

Alex Sadler Killed in Three-Wheel Motorcycle Accident in Arlington, TX

While authorities haven't officially confirmed the cause of the crash, they mentioned looking into some concerning factors, such as speeding. They very well may have clear evidence pointing to that sort of behavior, but I'm always cautious when it comes to motorcyclists and other non-standard drivers. Frankly, authorities can be quick to blame them for a crash without actually letting the evidence speak for itself. Hopefully authorities here are being more thorough than that.


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