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Fatal Motorcycle Collision in Grand Prairie Claims One Life

A woman was killed in a motorcycle accident in Grand Prairie on Thursday. According to news reports, Modena Dollison of Waxahachie, Texas was killed when the driver of a pick up truck turned left in front of her causing the vehicles to collide. The collision occurred at the intersection of Highway 161 and the Interstate 20 frontage road.

The motorcyclist was taken by helicopter to Methodist Dallas Medical Center. Unfortunately, Ms. Dollison died from the injuries sustained in the accident. According to local police, she was not wearing a helmet when the wreck happened.

Alejandro Pardo, the driver of the Dodge pick-up truck that struck the motorcycle was not injured, but he has been arrested and charged with manslaughter. A passenger in Pardo's truck was not injured in the accident.

The collision is still under investigation.

According to the Fort Worth Star Telegram, this is the 13th traffic fatality in Grand Prairie this year. According to National studies, almost 50% of motorcycle riders are killed when involed in an accident if they are not wearing a helmet.

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