• April 06, 2023

John Soloman Lee, Annalise Stitzel Lee Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Midland, TX

UPDATE (April 17, 2023): Sources confirm that Annalise Stitzel Lee passed away due to the injuries she sustained in the accident. Additional details about the crash can't be confirmed at this time.

Midland, TX — April 3, 2023, John Soloman Lee was killed and Annalise Lee was injured following an accident where a motorcycle and a Jeep collided.

The fatal crash took place at the intersection of Midland Drive and Bluebird lane, investigators say. According to their statements, around 7:15 p.m., 23-year-old John Soloman Lee and Annalise Lee were on a motorcycle traveling northbound along Midland Drive. At the intersection, the motorcycle crashed into a Jeep that entered the roadway from westbound Bluebird.

John Soloman Lee, Annalise Stitzel Lee Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Midland, TX

John Lee sustained injuries which ultimately proved fatal. Annalise had injuries that appeared to be critical, authorities say. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

I certainly don't know more about this crash than what's currently in the news, but it's crucial to ensure that investigators are being fair and thorough. I feel the need to mention that after just about any motorcycle wreck due simply to the fact that some people are quick to automatically assume all motorcyclists are dangerous. I know from experience just how safe most riders are, but it's often up to the evidence to tell their side of the story. That's why every possibility is worth consideration after a deadly crash, and I see no reason why this awful event would be an exception.


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