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Intoxicated driver may have caused motorcycle accident

People who ride motorcycles generally know the increased danger they face. A motorcycle doesn't offer as much protection to any riders the same way that a passenger vehicle or larger motor vehicle does. This doesn't stop people from continuing to ride motorcycles, and most riders take proper safety precautions to protect themselves. That doesn't mean riders can control the actions of other motorists who may decide to drive in an unsafe manner or who may even drink alcohol before driving. Police here in Arizona think that an impaired driver may be the cause for a recent serious motorcycle accident.

Motorcycle accident claims 1 life, injures another

A family's life can change in the blink of an eye. Those who have lost loved ones to motor vehicle accidents know that pain all too well. When that accident is tied to impaired driving, it can seem all the more cruel, since the tragedy could have been avoided. This is what one family is likely enduring after a young man lost his life in a motorcycle accident that also left his girlfriend injured. Arizona police allege that the person who caused the crash was driving under the influence.

Man dies from injuries after motorcycle accident

The warmer temperatures are encouraging people to get out and enjoy and enjoy summer. One way that many choose do to just that is by riding their motorcycles. As fun as this activity can be, it also has the potential to be very dangerous for riders. Motorcycle riders do not have the same level of protection as a person in a regular passenger vehicle. One Arizona man recently lost his life in a motorcycle accident where the driver fled on foot after the crash occurred.

Motorcycle accident claims the life of 20-year-old man

Motorcyclists typically know that they are much more vulnerable to accidents than those in a passenger vehicle. They take the proper safety precautions, such as wearing helmets and following the rules of the road, to avoid being involved in any traffic incidents. Sadly, they cannot always count on other motorists to do the same. This may have been the case in a recent motorcycle accident here in Arizona that claimed the life of a 20 -year-old man.

Alcohol can be a factor in motorcycle accidents

Those who ride motorcycles often say that they feel a sense of freedom when out on the road. That freedom can also come with a great deal of risk. Motorcycle accidents can be devastating, as riders often have less protection than those who are driving a car. An accident here in Arizona highlights this danger as it has left one woman fighting for her life.

Motorcycle accidents may lead to death

A man's life has sadly been cut short in an Arizona motor vehicle crash. The crash involved a car and a motorcycle. Sometimes, motorcycle accidents happen due to a motorist's negligent driving, in which case, the negligent motorist may be held liable for injuries or deaths taking place as a result.

Motorcycle accidents: Car drivers' reckless driving caused death

A motorcyclist recently lost his life in a tragic crash in Arizona. At the same time, another motorcyclist suffered injuries in the collision. These types of motorcycle accidents sometimes occur due to another driver's reckless driving, in which case the careless driver may be held financially responsible for all injuries or deaths occurring as a result.

Motorcycle accidents may prove fatal in Arizona

A motorcyclist recently lost his life in a tragic crash in Arizona. The collision took place early in the morning on a Friday. Sometimes, these types of motorcycle accidents happen due to the carelessness of a fellow driver, in which case, the at-fault driver may be held liable for any injuries and deaths occurring as a result of the crash.

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