Charles Isom Obituary, Motorcyclist Succumbs To Crash Injuries – Death
Charles Isom Obituary, Death – The severity of the injuries that the man who was riding a motorcycle and was involved in an accident in Paragould sadly experienced in the collision caused him to pass away as a result of his trauma.
On Friday, August 4, the preliminary report of the horrible accident that resulted in the death of Charles Blake Isom, who was 27 years old, was made public by the Arkansas State Police. Isom was a passenger in a vehicle that was involved in an accident and was injured as a result of the collision.
On Saturday, July 29, at around 7:25 p.m., Isom was driving his 2007 Honda CBS eastbound on Pruetts Chapel Road when he used the foot brake, which caused the vehicle to “go into a skid” and caused him to lose control of the vehicle. The collision took place because Isom was unable to restore control of the vehicle before it went off the road. This information comes from the American Society of Preventive Medicine (ASP), which is an organization in the United States.
According to the evidence that were presented in the investigation, Isom was able to successfully flip the motorcycle three times before he was thrown off of it. This occurred before he was pushed off of it.
After the incident, he was sent to the Elvis Presley Trauma Center at Regional One Health in Memphis. It was at this facility that he ultimately passed dead as a result of the injuries he sustained, which was also the location to which he was transported immediately following the incident.