• January 27, 2017

Cindy Tran Huynh Killed at Intersection of Macon and Lynch Road in Columbus, GA

Columbus, GA -- A collision between a motorcycle and an 18-wheeler claimed the life of 22-year-old Cindy Tran Huynh in the area of Columbus, GA Thursday, January 26, 2017.

The incident took place at the intersection of Macon and Lynch Road.

Due to the immediacy of the incident, the details provided by the report are sparse. The operator of the motorcyclist, 22-year-old Cindy Tran Hunh, was taken to Midtown Medical Center. She was declared about 1:55 p.m. The cause of the incident are unclear.

The official investigation is ongoing and may reveal more details as it concludes.

The report provided no further information at the time of its release.

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I'm sure there are plenty of people out there who feel they don't need to know the details left out of the report to figure out who's at fault here:typical motorcyclist, riding down the highway at high speeds, weaving recklessly in and out of traffic. Well, it's one thing if a portion of the general public hold a bias, it's another entirely if this bias is held by investigators. It's not really a fair shake to victims and their families if the investigation hinges upon such a stereotype. Thankfully, there is always the benefit of third-party, subjective investigations available to accident victims. It's better to do all we can to find the facts than it is to simply fill in the blanks based upon the few details in a media report.

--Grossman Law Offices


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