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Monday, March 9, 2009

Motorcycle accident kills Alvin woman




By Erin McKeon
The Facts
Published March 9, 2009

MANVEL — A collision between a motorcycle and a Suburban resulted in the death of a 64-year-old Alvin woman Saturday afternoon, police said.

Anise Knigge Stiefvater died at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston after a medical helicopter took her from the accident scene in the 17500 block of Highway 6 in Manvel, Manvel Police Capt. Aaron Bell said.

The wreck happened at about 2:55 p.m. Saturday when a 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle, operated by Stiefvater, hit the back of a white 2002 Chevrolet suburban driven by Mark Jones, 43, of Fresno, Bell said.

The Suburban was eastbound in the center lane of the highway and had slowed to change lanes and enter a business driveway but was unable to because of another vehicle in the driver’s blind spot, Bell said.

Stiefvater struck the rear of the Suburban and was thrown from the motorcycle, Bell said. She was not wearing a helmet.

Fresno and his passenger were not harmed in the accident, Bell said.

Alcohol was not believed to be a contributing factor, he said.

2 comments:

  1. There will be a celabration of life for Anise Stiefvater on Saturday March 21, at ENCHANTED BIKE WORKS 19925 Hwy. 6 in Manvel, Texas. The memorial services start at High noon. There will be lots of Crawfish, BBQ and live music provided by the DEADEND COWBOYS, music starting at about 3:30 pm. A police escorted memorial ride will begin at 3:00 pm and last about a half an hour. Donations for her medical expenses and the Life Flight will be accepted, but not mandatory. All friends, bikers, bankers and lawyers are invited. Join us for this tribute to the finest human I have ever met!!!!!! Anise we love you and we'll miss you.

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  2. The death of a 64-year-old Anise Knigge Stiefvater is really unfortunate but such fatal motorcycle accidents are becoming a cause of worry these days. May be she was unable to see the Suburban while trying to cross the highway and had crashed with it when it slowed to change lanes and enter a business driveway. Such situations may arise for any motorcyclist & if he/she was not in high speed then the chances of surviving such accidents is really high. Moreover the helmet wearing reduces the risk of fatal head injuries. It is more likely that Stiefvater might have suffered grievous injuries in the accident as he was not wearing a helmet. However her family might seek for legal advice from a motorcycle accident attorney & claim for compensation successfully. For more information visit http://www.accidentsdirect.com/personal-injury.aspx .

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Thanks for your comments - this is your blog - but please keep it clean for the kiddos!

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