• January 09, 2023

Ryan Coyne, Cyclist Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Houston, TX

UPDATE (October 25, 2023): Authorities identified the motorcyclist killed in the crash as 37-year-old Ryan Janssen Coyne. The cyclist remains unidentified at this time.

Houston, TX — January 8, 2023, both a bicyclist and a motorcyclist died in a collision around 10 p.m. at the intersection of Palmer St and McKinney Street in Houston.

Crash investigators report two people were riding bicycles in Palmer Street's bike lane when a motorcycle, traveling westbound on McKinney collided with one of the bicyclists.

Both the cyclist and the motorcycle rider were ejected in the crash; both were pronounced dead at the scene. The other cyclist was not injured.

There is no additional information at this time.

Bicyclist and Motorcyclist Killed in Crash in Houston, TX
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