Motorcycle Accident Questions
Motorcycle Accidents Raising Questions About
By: KAKE News
"A dangerous day on Wichita roads. Two separate
motorcycle crashes send three people to the
hospital. None of the injured were wearing
helmets. Now, new questions about whether the
state should make motorcyclists wear protective
The first accident happened near Mount Vernon
and Volutsia. A car collides with a motorcycle
sending the two riders flying through the air.
The male driver sustains non-life threatening
injuries, but a woman was seriously hurt.
Later in the day, another accident happens near
Pawnee and Broadway.
A female driver heads out of the Wall-Mart
parking lot in a truck, and a motorcycle slams
into the side. The bike catches fire, and the
motorcyclist is pinned under his ride.
Several witnesses rush to the 24-year-old man's
side. He was rushed to the hospital with serious
to critical injuries. That man has now died.
It seems like lately motorcycle accidents are
happening left and right with injuries more
serious than they could be because of a lack of
In fact, about 10 years ago, only 20 people died
in Kansas motorcycle accidents. Last year, the
number jumped to 35, only 20 percent of those
people wearing a helmet.
Some people now think it's time for a change in
Kansas law to require motorcyclists to wear
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