Houston, TX — A fatal motorcycle accident on Highway (Sam Houston Parkway) at about 8:30 p.m. on Sunday night left rider Juan Ibarra Jr. dead from his injuries. According to reports, the accident happened near Tidwell Road in the northbound lanes of traffic.
Ibarra was riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle along Sam Houston when he swerved off the road for unknown reasons, hitting a curb. He was thrown from the Harley-Davidson and landed in the grassy median with critical injuries.
Paramedics responded to the accident and took Ibarra to two different hospitals to be treated, but he passed away that evening. The accident remains under investigation and it was unclear why Ibarra may have lost control of his motorcycle.
Scene of the Accident
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