• March 31, 2023

Jalen Terry-Collins Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX — March 23, 2023, Jalen Terry-Collins was killed due to a motorcycle accident which occurred on Hufsmith - Korville Road at around 4:00 p.m.

Investigators with the Harris County Sheriff's Department said that the crash happened at around 4:16 p.m. near the intersection of Hufsmith - Korville Road and Spring Cypress Road.

Jalen Terry-Collins Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Harris County, TX

Their statements say that Jalen Terry-Collins was on a motorcycle going northbound on the roadway. Somehow, the motorcycle left its lane and hit the curb. This caused the motorcycle to fall over and eject Terry-Collins. Terry-Collins ultimately succumbed to the injuries he sustained in the crash.

There isn't any clear information on what may have caused this awful event. It could be anything from tire failure to road hazards to some other reckless driver that left the scene. I know some will just assume the victim did something wrong. Obviously, that possibility is worth consideration, but I too often see folks blame motorcyclists just because they're motorcyclists. Not only is that disrespectful to the family grieving their loss, it's outright irresponsible, as it can let important details slip through the cracks. My hope is authorities handling this tragic event don't fall into that all too common trap.


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