Wolfforth Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/7/03

Wolfforth Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident

Police say speeding and alcohol may have played a part in a fatal motorcycle accident Monday morning. About three o'clock, 35-year-old, Richard Dworaszyk, of Wolfforth, wrecked his motorcycle at West Loop 289 and the Brownfield Highway.

Sergeant Ronnie Sowell says Dworaszyk was speeding when he hit a curb. He was thrown from the bike into a tree. First Responders say he was not wearing a helmet. He died at University Medical Center. Sowell says if he had been wearing a helmet he may have survived the wreck.

A toxicology report is pending to determine if Dworaszyk had been drinking. This is the ninth traffic fatality in Lubbock this year.

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