Written by: Benton Accident & Injury Lawyers Last Updated : February 27, 2023

Sedan vs. motorcycle crash kills 1, hurts 2 in Arlington

ARLINGTON, TX – A 23-year-old motorcyclist died, and two people were hospitalized Saturday night after a two-vehicle wreck in south Arlington, reports Aol.

The incident happened around 8:30 p.m. in the area of 4900 South Cooper Street, which is just west of the Harold Patterson Sports Center.

Police say that the northbound motorcyclist crashed into a 2002 Lexus IS as the sedan turned left from the southbound side of Cooper Street into a parking lot.

The force of the collision threw the motorcyclist from his bike, and he died at the scene.

Both the driver and passenger from the pickup truck went to the hospital with non-critical injuries.

A full investigation is underway.

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