Rider Dies After Motorcycle Crash

An Arlington man died Wednesday when his Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle crashed into a brick wall at high speed. Police now say Hung Dang Pham was heading south on New York Avenue where it takes a bend near Sublett. Pham apparently lost control on the curve, rode up over a sidewalk, and slammed into the wall about two miles from his home. The crash was mid-morning, and the weather was clear, so police are not sure what caused it.


One Comment

  1. David says:

    Sad to see anyone die like this, but you see this all too many times. Motorcycles zipping through traffic going over 80 Mph or doing the same through neighborhoods were children play or people live; not to mention those idiots that pull off stunts like front/rear wheelies in HOV lanes. How many die for crashing into 18 wheelers or other cars? How can one blame cops for trying to stop this? (without use of excessive force).

    1. Crystal says:

      He wasn’t going at a high speed. He was riding UNDER the speed limit and lost control. I agree that people who ride too quickly or attempt tricks are risking a lot, but this was just an accident gone terribly wrong. He is loved and will be missed by so many. RIP Krayon.

  2. Lin says:

    mlconklin, you need to edit your writing. police did not said he crashed because he was going high speed. they don’t know what cause him to crash.

    david, don’t jump to conclusion that the rider was at fault. there has been recalls on 2010 Kawasaki Ninja due to oil leaking to rear tire that could lead to crashes. hope his family follow up on this.

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