• May 02, 2023

Victor Drayton Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Denton, TX

Denton, TX — April 2, 2023, Victor Drayton was killed as the result of a motorcycle accident which happened at around 2:21 p.m. along Dallas Drive.

Preliminary details from investigators place the incident in the area of Dallas Drive (U.S. 77) and I-35E. It appears that 35-year-old Victor Drayton was riding on a motorcycle traveling southbound on Dallas Drive.

Victor Drayton Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Denton, TX

Approaching the intersection with the interstate service road, authorities say they believe Drayton was going along the right lane. Authorities at this time believe that an SUV in the lane to Drayton's left may have turned right from the left lane, resulting in a collision with Drayton's motorcycle. Drayton was thrown from the bike.

As a result, Drayton sustained ultimately fatal injuries. No one else was said to be injured due to the crash. Details regarding possible charges or citations are unavailable at this time. Additional details surrounding the fatal wreck cannot be confirmed pending more thorough investigations.



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