Written by: The Benton Law Firm Last Updated : February 23, 2023

Single-vehicle crash kills motorcyclist on E Debbie Ln in Arlington

ARLINGTON, TX – A 30-year-old motorcyclist died Wednesday night after losing control of his bike and crashing along a roadway in south Arlington, reports CBS Texas.

DFW Scanner reported the incident at 10:05 p.m. in the area of 500 East Debbie Lane, which is west of TX-360 and east of Matlock Road.

The investigation indicates that the rider of a three-wheel 2018 Can-Am Spyder MC lost control while speeding eastbound and left the roadway. He was then ejected from the bike and hit the ground without a safety helmet.

The victim died at the scene of the accident. Police have not yet released his identity.

Authorities say that speed and recklessness were likely factors in the accident.

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