Logan Dark Death – Logan Dark has been identified as the 14-year-old boy who passed away in Cinco Ranch accident. He was pronounced dead after the injuries he sustained from the crash that happened when he was heading to school. The Cinco Ranch High School student was killed in a bicycle crash on 23440 Cinco Ranch Blvd, Katy, TX 77494, United States. Cinco Ranch High School, a public school in Katy, Texas, mourn the death of one of their students after accident in Katy.
Cinco Ranch Student killed in crash
The Fort Bend County Precinct 1 Constable’s Office reported a “major crash” near an elementary school in Katy, Texas, in which a 14-year-old boy was murdered while bicycling to school. The accident happened at 7:35 a.m. on Thursday at the intersection of Mason Road and Cinco Park, not far from Betty Sue Creech Elementary School. According to the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office, the student was on his way to Cinco Ranch High School when he was hit by a car. Apparently he was in the crosswalk at the time of the incident.
Two well-intentioned bystanders attempted CPR on the student, but it was too late. The young motorist remained at the site and helped authorities. On the other hand, he might face charges under the Crosswalk Law or Lisa Torry Smith Act. On June 18, 2021, the bill was signed into law by Texas Governor Greg Abbott. That September, it was implemented. To paraphrase the law, automobiles must “stop and yield the right of way to pedestrians lawfully in the intersection or an adjacent crosswalk.”
For the safety of any pedestrians or bicycles in the crosswalk, vehicles must come to a complete stop. If you’re driving and you hit a person who’s legally in the crosswalk, you’re breaking the law. In 2017, a mother was walking her 6-year-old kid to school in Missouri City, and the act is named after her. A car struck her and her son, Logan, as they crossed the street near Logan’s school. Smith, only 37 years old, passed away as a result of her wounds. Logan was critically injured, but he made it.
Fort Bend County Sheriff Eric Fagan has stated that between 22 and 35 miles per hour is the typical speed at which a car can kill a pedestrian. The death rate increases dramatically at 22 mph. That’s why there’s a 20 mph restriction in place. It’s the drivers’ responsibility,” Fagan said. The student used the crosswalk, he added, which was the proper thing to do.
Logan Dark obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members
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