Motorcycle Crash near East Lancaster Kills 2 in Fort Worth
On Sunday, November 14, 2021 just before 1:00AM, a collision occurred involving a pick-up truck and a motorcycle. This incident occurred near East Lancaster Avenue in Fort Worth, and the 28 -year-old female passenger on the motorcycle, Brianna Marie Ramos, was declared deceased at the scene by authorities. The motorcycle driver was rushed to the hospital and passed away 12 hours later, as a result of blunt force injuries. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office identified motorcycle driver as 33-year-old Blake Austin Hasty, an Arlington resident. The passenger of the pick-up truck was also hospitalized for injuries, but has not been identified, and the cause of the crash is under investigation.
According to Mr. Hasty's obituary, he was an avid, experienced motorcyclist and he was a lively man of God. He was an apprentice plumber and had a variety of interests from playing the drums, playing Ice Hockey and participating in weight-lifting activities. Mr. Hasty was a very bright, young man taken away far too soon. He had a strong work-ethic and was noted to be madly in love with his soulmate, Brianna Ramos.
Dear Heavenly Father, please keep these folks and their surviving families close to your side. Shower them with Glory and reassure them that their loved ones are resting beautifully in Heaven. While these are very trying times, please bless them with love and guidance to heal their hearts during this difficult season of life.
While we do not know the cause of the crash at this time, numerous factors such as texting while driving, intoxication, speeding and road rage are possibilities. Proper investigation and representation is necessary in order to pursue justice for the victims. Roger “Rocky” Walton specializes in all motor vehicle accidents, and will help to receive adequate compensation, and take outside factors into consideration of the crash. Rocky Walton has decades of experience in handling motor vehicle crashes involving motorcycles and has collected on cases where liability has been disputed.
What do I do after a motorcycle accident?
Call 911: to insure that injured victims receive help
Move out of traffic: to prevent further injuries, other wrecks
Call the police: so that they can determined who is at fault if more than one vehicle is involved
Exchange information: drivers license, insurance, contact information
Take photos: to show surroundings, and extent of the crash
Talk to witnesses: When in shock, it might be hard to recall what happened. Some bystanders might have witnessed the accident.
Do not admit fault: Do not apologize
Call an attorney
After being involved in a motorcycle accident, it is important to receive compensation for any damages, and also evaluate all of the factors that could have contributed to the crash. To find out how Roger “Rocky” Walton can help you collect the compensation you are due for your losses, contact our practice online or call us at (817) 429-4299.