• March 10, 2023

Kyle Payne Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Fayette County, TX

Fayette County, TX -- February 18, 2023, Kyle Payne was injured following an accident where a motorcycle crashed along the highway.

It appears that the incident happened at around 11:30 p.m. along Highway 71. 32-year-old Kyle Payne was said to be on a Harley Davidson going westbound along the highway. For reasons unconfirmed, the vehicle ran off the side of the road where it fell over, ejecting Payne.

Kyle Payne Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Fayette County, TX

Payne was taken from the scene with injuries said to be incapacitating. No one else appears to have been involved. Police did not confirm additional details.

I try to discuss motorcycle wrecks whenever I can on this blog because I've grown tired over the years of seeing everyone immediately assume the rider did something wrong. Obviously, motorcyclists can make mistakes. They can be irresponsible just like any other typical motorist. But too often, folks will just see "motorcycle wreck" and assume the victim got themselves hurt.

To be clear, I can't say what did or didn't lead to this crash. That's not my place. But if anyone out there is saying they know what happened here without having more evidence than authorities have made public here, they're likely just making assumptions. It's best to wait for there to be more thorough investigations so the evidence can speak for itself, one way or another.


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