Impaired Driving Leads To Death Of Motorcyclist
54-year-old Brian D. Hackenbruch of Kinder is now dead an alleged impaired driver crashed into him while he was riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
La. State Police Sgt. James Anderson says 38-year-old Clayton Jack, Jr. of Ville Platte was allegedly impaired when his vehicle crossed the center line while traveling south on LA 383. That's when his car struck Hackenbruch's motorcycle.
While Hackenbruch died from his injuries, Jack only sustained minor injuries from the crash.
"Last year, 63 percent of motorists who died in crashes investigated by Troop D were killed by an impaired driver," says Anderson. "Impaired driving continues to be a significant problem on Louisiana roadways."