Texas Department of Public Safety — Abilene Man Dies in Two-Motorcycle Collision
After being run over by another motorcycle rider, an Abilene motorcyclist is dead. That is according to a statement released by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) as reported by reporternews.com.
Texas motorcycle attorney Ray King wants you to know that if you have been harmed or if a loved one has died in a motorcycle crash that was the fault of another, you have the right to recover compensation.
According to further information obtained from DPS investigating officer, Corporal Tim Pitts, the deceased, Gregory Glenn Wilson, age 54, was on Farm-to-Market 207, headed south when for an unknown reason he failed to make a curve. The accident occurred on March 16. After failing to negotiate the curve, Wilson’s Harley Davidson veered off the road and overturned.
Another motorcycle rider, Ryan Stotts, age 30, also from Abilene, was also going south on Farm-to-Market 207 when he too could not negotiate the curve. According to the DPS statement, the Harley Davidson ridden by Stotts, after losing control ran over top of Wilson and his bike. Wilson was transported to Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital. He was pronounced dead at 7:02 p.m.
According to the DPS investigating officer, the surface of the road was dry at the time the accident occurred, and the weather was sunny. The cause of the tragic crash is as yet unknown. The investigation is continuing. According to investigating officer Pitts, neither motorcyclist was wearing a helmet when the accident happened.
Texas motorcycle accident attorney Ray King’s life forever changed after seeing a friend become injured in a motorcycle accident only to be mistreated by an insurance company that was prejudiced against bikers. His entire practice is dedicated to helping motorcyclists recover the compensation they deserve after being injured due to another’s carelessness or negligence. Call (512) 375-4455 to learn how a motorcycle attorney can help you.