1 Killed in Motorcycle Crash on IH 30 in ArlingtonKiprop Vincent
One Killed in Arlington Motorcycle Crash on IH 30 near Six Flags
Arlington, Texas (December 6, 2020) – One person was killed in a motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon in Arlington, according to police.
The fatal crash happened just before 2:35 p.m., December 5, in the 2100 block of E. Interstate Highway 30 near Six Flags.
Police said a minivan was traveling eastbound in the inside lane of the interstate when a motorcycle attempted to pass it on the left.
The motorcycle hit a concrete barrier on the left shoulder, ejecting the rider.
The motorcyclist was trapped under the van and was pronounced dead at the scene. Their identity has not been released.
The minivan driver stayed at the scene and cooperated with investigators.
The crash remains under investigation.
We pass our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.
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