• April 06, 2023

Troy Pennington Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Buda, TX

Buda, TX — March 12, 2023, Troy Pennington was killed as the result of an accident where a motorcycle crashed along Main Street.

Initial information surrounding the fatal crash says it happened at around 1:35 a.m. off the corner of Main Street and I-35.

Troy Pennington Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Buda, TX

It appears that 52-year-old Troy Pennington was on a motorcycle traveling southeast along Main Street. For reasons unconfirmed, the motorcycle left the roadway and struck the median, ejecting Pennington.

Due to the crash, Pennington sustained fatal injuries. Current public information does not mention anyone else involved in the crash. If that means there also weren't any witnesses, then perhaps no one is left to tell this man's side of the story. This always concerns me, but people tend to be even less charitable when it comes to motorcyclists, leading them to blame someone without actually knowing the facts. That doesn't mean the truth is buried, since the evidence can still speak for itself. It just remains to be seen if authorities were thorough enough in preserving that evidence and getting it into the hands of the victim's loved ones.


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