James Robert Campos identified as Wichita County motorcycle crash victim
James Robert Campos Death – A 25-year-old man was killed in a motorcycle accident that occurred on a Sunday afternoon. Sgt. Dan Buesing of the Texas Department of Public Safety stated that James Robert Campos of Seymour, who was riding a motorcycle, was declared deceased at the scene of a crash that happened at the intersection of FM 367 and Wellington Lane. Around four o’clock on Sunday afternoon, emergency response teams arrived at the scene.
Second victim identified
According to Buesing, Campos failed to negotiate a curve on the roadway and drove into a ditch, throwing him off his motorcycle. A second motorcyclist, identified as Duane Peterson from Wichita Falls, was unable to negotiate the turn and ended up driving into the ditch. Peterson, who was in critical state, was transported by helicopter to the John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth. According to Buesing, the two motorcyclists had been traveling together. DPS has not finished its investigation of the scene yet.
Related topic: Wichita Falls man dies after motorcycle crash
Sgt. Dan Buesing, a spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety, stated that a motorcyclist accident that occurred on Wednesday night resulted in injuries that led a 28-year-old man from Wichita Falls to pass away on Thursday as a result of those injuries. According to an email sent by Buesing, Christopher Logan O’Brien was riding a motorbike in the southbound lane of Farm-to-Market Road 171 in the Charlie area at approximately 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
According to Buesing, O’Brien was going around a bend on the road when he lost control of his vehicle, crashed into a ditch, and then hit a fence. He was flung off the motorcycle when it crashed. According to Buesing, O’Brien was transferred to United Regional Health Care System after being injured, but he did not survive his injuries and passed away early on Thursday morning. According to Buesing, the man had a helmet on his head. The cause of the collision is still being investigated, and it is possible that speed played a role.
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