Victim of Fatal Motorcycle Crash Identified

The man killed in the fatal motorcycle accident that happened on Monday in south St. Louis has been identified. Police released the name of the victim as 22-year-old Jason Tang of St. Louis. At around 1:55 p.m., Tang was traveling at a high rate of motorcycle accidentspeed along Gravois Road when he collided with a vehicle in the intersection of Gravois and Nagel. The 31-year-old driver of the passenger vehicle was transported to the hospital for injuries sustained, and Tang was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

Motorcycle accidents, SUV rollovers, head-on collisions, truck accidents, and ATV accidents are all examples of auto accidents. The number of auto accidents every year should be alarming, but as an event becomes regular most people become immune to the news of an accident occurring. Nearly each day media outlets report on such accidents and the majority of these accidents are preventable. Negligent driving, vehicle design flaws, mechanical defects, and dangerous roadways are all common causes of auto accidents. These accidents claim the lives of thousands and injure many more each year. Victims should exercise their rights to seek legal counsel by contacting a St. Louis car accident attorney.

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