Megan Taylor Obituary – An accident involving a car and a motorcycle took place on Tuesday evening in the vicinity of the intersection where Neely Avenue and Cessna Drive meet. Both cars were involved in the accident that occurred. It is not a far distance from the scene of the crash to go to the intersection where a number of roads meet. Both the Traffic Division of the Midland Police Department and the Midland Fire Department made a beeline towards the accident scene as soon as they were able to get at the location of the collision.
Robert Redman, 62 years old, was riding his motorbike in the direction of northbound traffic when he became involved in a collision in the 2500 block of Cessna Drive. When the collision took place, Robert was traveling in the direction opposite of the traffic heading north. Robert was driving his motorcycle in the direction of traffic approaching from the north when the accident occurred.
It’s possible that Redman will show up in the Midland neighborhood at some point throughout the relevant time frame. He was travelling in such a way that would put him smack dab in the middle of the flow of traffic that was coming from the direction of the north. A cyclist ignored a stop sign and was involved in a collision with a vehicle that was heading westbound on Neely Avenue.
The accident occurred at the junction of Neely Avenue and Cessna Drive. The automobile was heading westbound on Neely Avenue when it drove through the neighborhood. On Neely Avenue, the vehicle was moving in the direction of westbound traffic. It has been decided that a stop sign should be installed at the intersection of Cessna Drive and Neely Avenue. If you went there, you would be able to see it.
The motorist immediately made an effort to depart the scene of the collision as soon as he was able to do so in a safe manner after it occurred. Redman was transferred to Midland Memorial Hospital, but he was unable to pull through his stay there and unfortunately lost his life as a result. The hospital was not successful in reviving him or saving his life. He passed away as a result of his inability to deal with the difficulties he encountered when he was in the hospital.