• April 11, 2023

Jason Izon, Samantha Izon Killed in Motorcycle, Truck Accident in East Allen Township, PA

Northampton County, PA — April 7, 2023, Jason Izon and Samantha Izon were killed following an accident where a motorcycle and a truck crashed.

Officials said that the incident happened early Friday in the area of Airport Road and Portland Drive.

Jason Izon, Samantha Izon Killed in Truck Accident in East Allen Township, PA

It appears that 44-year-old Jason Izon and 31-year-old Samantha Izon were on a motorcycle when it somehow collided with a commercial truck. Due to this, both Jason Izon and Samantha Izon sustained fatal injuries. No further information about the accident is available at this time.

I certainly can't offer more information about this accident than what's currently in the news. But I always have concerns with motorcycle wrecks simply because they don't always get the attention they deserve. In fact, they sometimes get attention they shouldn't. A lot of folks see "motorcycle" and immediately think of some reckless daredevil. The reality is most motorcyclists are safe drivers—often safer than your typical motorist. So instead of jumping to conclusions, it's best to let the facts speak for themselves. Hopefully authorities are going to see that happens.


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