• May 17, 2017

Joseph Privitt Killed in Head-On Collision in Midland County, TX

Midland County, TX -- A head-on crash in Midland County, TX led to the death of 48-year-old Joseph Privitt Saturday, May 13, 2017.

The investigation into the crash revealed Mr. Privitt was killed when his motorcycle was struck by a Ford F-150. The Ford allegedly crossed the center line of Interstate 20, crashing head-on into the motorcycle. The bike then crashed into semi-truck in the next lane.

Mr. Privitt was killed at the scene of the incident.

The driver of the semi was uninjured.

The driver of the Ford reportedly fled the scene of the incident.

The investigation into the deadly crash is ongoing.

There was no further information made available.

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I can't fathom how it is an individual lacks the conscience to remain at the scene after causing a fatal accident. An innocent individual lost their life for no apparent reason, and those responsible didn't see fit to stay at the scene of the crash. With hope, the driver of the Ford will be found and made to face justice for this callous act.

--Grossman Law Offices


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