Charles Main Car Accident, Death – According to statements made by local law officials, a hit-and-run collision that took place on Tuesday afternoon in Tyler resulted in the death of a motorcycle. The incident took place in Tyler. Andy Erbaugh, the Public Information Officer for the Tyler Police Department, stated that at approximately 3:45 p.m. on Tuesday, officers from the Tyler Police Department were dispatched to the intersection of Highway 31 West and Patton Lane in response to a traffic accident involving a motorcycle and a pickup truck.
The accident involved both vehicles being involved in a collision with one another. The investigation conducted by the police revealed that the motorbike was heading west on Highway 31, and at the same time, a pickup truck was turning onto Highway 31 from Patton Lane, and it did so in front of the motorcycle.
The police concluded that the collision occurred as a result of the turn made by the pickup truck. The findings of the inquiry that was carried out by the police indicate that this is the case. After leaving the area, the pickup truck drove out of the parking lot and headed in the direction of Tyler as it drove away.
An official death certificate for the motorcyclist was reportedly generated at the scene of the collision, as stated by the relevant authorities. Charles Main, who is 55 years old and lives in the Chandler area as of 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon, has been positively identified by the police as the suspect in this case. Chandler is the place that he considers to be his home. According to the police, his family has been informed about the scenario that has occurred.