Second MLGW Employee Killed In Motorcycle Crash

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(Memphis) MLGW has confirmed a second employee has been killed in a crash in as many weeks.

Dexter Davis, Crew Leader, Service Construction & Maintenance (SSC) was killed in a motorcycle crash Thursday evening.

The crash happened around 6pm at Thomas and Floyd.

Memphis police say the driver of a Nissan Xterrra veered into another lane and hit a car then hit Davis who was on a motorcycle.

The Xterra then flipped and landed on its side.

Dexter and a passenger, Angela Jones, were thrown from the motorcycle and then taken to The MED in critical condition.

Both later died of their injuries.

The driver of the Xterra, 20-year-old Jeremy Nilson, was issued a citation for Failure to Devote Full Attention and Financial Responsibilities.

We’re told he was rubbing his eyes at the time of the crash.

It’s not clear if the people in the car that was hit were injured.

March 14, Michael Moore, an MLGW Customer Service Tech, was killed on his motorcycle when a car pulled in-front of him at Graves and Winchester in Whitehaven.