Duo Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Killeen Identified by Police
Two people found dead following a motorcycle accident attorneys in Killeen were identified by police Wednesday after they were discovered near the road where the crash occurred.
According to police, the duo was identified as Korey DeShaun Raimey, 24 and Mercedes Lewis, 18. Officials initially believed they had been dead some time before they were discovered on Tuesday by a passerby.
Although details of the motorcycle accident in Killeen are still being worked out by investigators, police told News Channel 10, that they believe the driver of the motorcycle may have failed to negotiate a turn, causing the motorcycle accident in Killeen.
As weather heats up, troops and their families fill the roadways and gas prices rise, motorcycle accidents in the area have provoked residents to consider the safety of motorcycles and some of the ways they can protect themselves and family members from serious accidents.
Wearing a helmet is one of the best ways riders can safeguard themselves from head injuries and brain injuries caused by motorcycle accidents. In addition, riders should make sure then they understand how to work and operate a motorcycle properly if the bike was recently purchased or they have become unfamiliar with it while away. Controls, signals, horns and mirrors should be inspected to ensure everything is in proper working order.
While driving on interstates and roadways motorcyclists should take care to make sure other drivers can see them and keep plenty of room between other drivers and vehicles, and their motorcycle.
If you or someone you love has been seriously injured or killed in a motorcycle accident caused by negligence of another driver, call our motorcycle accident attorneys in Killeen, San Antonio, Austin and statewide Texas at 254-870-3621, contact our personal injury lawyers online or visit one of the 11 office locations for our motorcycle accident lawyers in Texas for a free consultation today. We care. We can help.
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