Robert Redman Obituary, Death – At around 6:00 o’clock on Tuesday evening, a motorcyclist and a driver of a sedan were involved in a collision at the intersection of Neely Avenue and Cessna Drive. Both of the vehicles were involved in the accident that occurred. The accident was brought about as a result of the motorcycle and the sedan colliding with one another in the course of their interaction. As soon as they got the message that someone needed assistance, officers from the Traffic Division of the Midland Police Department and firefighters from the Midland Fire Department rushed to the location where the accident occurred.
Robert Redman, 62 years old, was in the Midland area when he was riding his motorcycle on the 2500 block of Cessna Drive in the direction of northbound traffic. The incident occurred when Robert was struck by a car. Robert was injured as a result of being hit by a car at the time of the incident. The unfortunate event, which began with Robert being struck by a vehicle, claimed Robert as its victim. He was moving in a direction that would put him directly in the path of the traffic that was coming from the direction north. A motorcyclist was involved in a collision with a sedan that was traveling westbound on Neely Avenue after disobeying a stop sign at the intersection of Neely Avenue and Cessna Drive.
The stop sign was located at the intersection of Neely Avenue and Cessna Drive. On Neely Avenue, the sedan was heading in the westbound direction. The stop sign was placed at the crossroads where Neely Avenue and Cessna Drive met. If you went there, you would see it. It was determined that the sedan, which was one of the vehicles that were involved in the collision, was the one that was at fault for causing it. Redman was taken to Midland Memorial Hospital, but he did not make it through his stay there and ultimately passed away as a result of the injuries he sustained as a result of the accident. He had been delivered there by a certain method. A notification has been sent to the individual who, at this juncture, is regarded as being the closest relative.