• October 17, 2023

Ray Robert Sickinger Killed in Truck Accident near Seven Points, TX

Henderson County, TX — October 13, 2023, Ray Robert Sickinger was killed following a semi-truck accident at around 2:53 p.m. along F.M. 85.

Preliminary details released by the Texas DPS said that they responded to the area of the F.M. 85 and F.M. 2613 intersection, a couple of miles west of Seven Points.

Ray Robert Sickinger Killed in Truck Accident near Seven Points, TX

According to officials, 50-year-old Ray Robert Sickinger was on a motorcycle going westbound along F.M. 85. At the F.M. 2613 intersection, authorities say that an oncoming semi-trailer failed to yield while making a left turn, crashing into Sickinger.

As a result of the collision, Sickinger died from his injuries. It does not appear there were any other injuries. Currently, authorities do not mention any pending charges or citations. Additional details about the crash remain unclear pending investigations.

Hopefully those continuing investigations shed some light on what's going on here. Police say a truck driver failed to yield, leading to the death of a motorcyclist, and they're not reporting any charges? That seems odd to me, and I can't help wondering what more there could be to this story.

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