Sherman motorcycle wreck

By: KXII Staff Email
By: KXII Staff Email

A Sherman man is recovering after a motorcycle accident in Sherman Tuesday evening.

It happened around 5:30 at the intersection of Highway 82 and 75.

Police say 19 year old Jordan Wallace was southbound on the feeder road when he lost control of his motorcycle.

Wallace was flown to Parkland in Dallas with serious injuries.


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  • by Brian Location: Frisco, TX on Jul 4, 2007 at 09:26 PM
    My brother was the first person to Jason after he went down. He and my mom unfortunately was right behind him when he was showing off on the bike with no helmet. I ride a sportbike also and it has my mom very upset after seeing this first hand. If he had his helmet on, he probably would of walked away. Since he didn't, my bro said he had the skin on his head removed and was knocked pretty silly. Can anybody update us on how he is doing?
  • by Me Me Location: Madill on Jul 4, 2007 at 10:53 AM
    If he was a good EMT he would have known to wear a helmit when rideing a m/c... Looks to me like being a kid got the best of him... I hope nothing but the best for him and a speedy recovery, and I hope that next time he wears a helmit. Peace be with him and God be with him and his mother and father..
  • by Fozzy Location: Ardmore on Jul 4, 2007 at 09:08 AM
    I hope everything turns out OK and of course I hope his injuries where limited by wearing the proper safety gear. I see far too many people around here wearing nothing to limit their injuries.
  • by A friend Location: Sherman on Jul 4, 2007 at 01:22 AM
    I know Jordan pretty good and I am sad about what has happened to him. He is a good guy as well as a good EMT. I hope everything turns out ok for him.
  • by jason Location: pottsboro on Jul 3, 2007 at 09:07 PM
    I just want to say that the Pottsboro Softball 7&8 year old girls is the first girls from pottsboro to go to a state tournament ever and they are undefeated and if they win the state tournament they will go to the World Series in North Carolina so we wish them all the best
  • by concerned mom Location: denton on Jul 3, 2007 at 08:58 PM
    At 5:30pm July 2, 2006, I received a phone call about my friend's son rolling a truck at Lake Texoma. I went w/her to the scene to find her son walking around and mine on the ground. They Careflighted him to Parkland where we spent the next 11 days in ICU. He walked out of Parkland on the 14th day. My prayers are for you and your family as many were with my son. I was at Parkland today to give a gift to the staff. I wish I had read this story before leavin. They are the best. Your son is in good hands. God Bless.
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