Motorcycle collides with SUV in Denison

By: Mystic Matthews Email
By: Mystic Matthews Email

DENISON, TX - A major accident in Denison Tuesday afternoon left one man in critical condition. The crash happened just after 5:30 p.m. on the Highway 84 overpass at Highway 75.

Police say Dwayne Hagen from Pottsboro was riding his motorcycle westbound on 84, when an SUV driven by Patricia Meadows of Virginia,failed to yield.

Hagen was taken by medical helicopter to Parkland Hospital in Dallas. He is in critical condition.

Meadows was ticketed.


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  • by Anonymous on Apr 8, 2008 at 07:35 AM
    For updates on Dwayne go to: caringbridge.com search dwaynehagan His family is posting updates.
  • by Anonymous on Apr 7, 2008 at 09:41 AM
    Does anyone have a recent update on Dwayne's condition?
  • by Jason Hale Location: Stanton Tx on Mar 31, 2008 at 04:41 PM
    This man is my Uncle. He is one of my life heroes and is one of the strongest people I know. When I heard word of him being hit and in critical state with little chance to survive my heart droped to my feet. I tried to keep it from coming out so hard cuz I didnt want to belive it. I was so afraid of seeing him pass away. I dont know what I would do without him in my life. I thank the lord for watching over him. I agree that people should keep an eye out for riders on the road. I ride and so do may of my friends and family members. I have been riding for 6 mts and have had many people cut me off and pull out in front of me, and many have been on phones or just ran/rolled a stop sign/light. Everyone please be safe out there and keep my Uncle in your stongest prayers.
  • by Dawn C. Location: East Texas on Mar 29, 2008 at 07:34 PM
    My late husband & I also rode. Many years before we married his cousin was killed on a bike at the age of 19. I want to make sure Dwayne & his family know the SUV driver & her family are deeply concerned. For everyone who have stated she "simply received a ticket" you just will never know. This horrific accident has brought back memories of many long days praying for a miracle that never came to a their loved one. I implore everyone on here to channel your anger & frustration to the people who have the authority to correct that intersection. Take a stand and as others on here have written make yourself heard.I also want everyone to know the driver is a person who has spent many years of her life serving our country thru active duty & as one of the first Female American Legion Commanders. As we pray for Dwayne & his broken body please also remember her because no matter how many people she has served or will serve she will always live with this horrible accident.
  • by friend Location: hagerman area on Mar 29, 2008 at 08:24 AM
    Accidents happen everyday, all day, everywhere. Does not matter if it is an suv vs a motorcycle or an 18 wheeler vs another 18 wheeler. Ultimately boils down to the safe decisions of the drivers. wreckless, unattentive, on the phone, or on the text message is not safe driving. There is no such thing as a vehicle "accident". Someone is always in error . Accidents dont happen by themselves without a driver . Thoughts go out for both involved and a speedy recovery for Dwayne.
  • by B.J. Location: Sulphur, Ok on Mar 29, 2008 at 06:54 AM
    People need to pull over for cell phone calls, and pay attention. and to the person who called Bikers stupid people, get a brain. Motorcycles have the same rights cars and redneck trucks do.
  • by m Location: denison on Mar 28, 2008 at 10:29 PM
    many prayers for Mr Hagan. my husband & i enjoy getting out at every opportunity for a ride on our harley. he is a very safe & cautious rider. I only wish auto drivers would show caution & respect for the bikes on the road. .....Drivers, please stay aware of your surroundings, there maybe someone out on their BIKE enjoying a sunny afternoon, just like you in your car. (There was a fatality a few yrs ago at this intersection, a pedestrian was hit crossing the road.)
  • by friend Location: Sherman on Mar 28, 2008 at 06:17 PM
    I am so sorry to hear about Dwayne. He is such a nice guy and was so proud of getting his bike. Is there a website or my/space that the family is keeping updates on somewhere? Hang in there buddy, we are all praying for you.
  • by Tommie on Mar 28, 2008 at 04:39 PM
    The SUV river was born and raised in Oklahoma. Shes from a family of twelve.She joined the United States Armyafter high schoolwhere she served her country proud working on the ambulance to help save the lives of soilders.After her tour of duty he married a man from Viriginia and made it her home. She was on a trip ack here to ee and help care for her elderly mother who was in TMC Hospital She was on her way there at the time of the accident.Our families prayers are with the cyclist and his family.May God heal his broken body. The driver of the SUV had a nephew ho was killed in a motor cycle accidentat the age of nineteen. W have the greatest respect or motor cycles on the road.This was a very unfortunate accident for both families.We do care and our hearts break!
  • by Denny Hagan Location: Sherman on Mar 28, 2008 at 07:37 AM
    We appreciate everyones support. As for "Anonymous on Mar. 26" I would be happy to show you a "stupid person" in person. I'm sure the lady feels terrible, how about you? Keep praying folks, its gonna be a long haul..
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