• April 20, 2023

Alexander Gordon Leuck Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Carrollton, TX

Carrollton, TX — December 28, 2022, Alexander Leuck was killed as the result of a motorcycle accident just before 7:00 p.m. along Marsh Lane.

Preliminary details provided by investigators say that the fatal crash took place at approximately 6:52 p.m. near the intersection of Marsh Lane and Ballantrae Road. Details suggest that 32-year-old Alexander Gordon Leuck was on a Kawasaki motorcycle which was said to be going northbound along Marsh.

Somehow, the motorcycle made contact with the curb and ran off-road. Police believe the motorcycle went airborne at some point. During the process, Leuck's helmet apparently came off, and Leuck landed on the concrete, according to investigators.

As a result, Leuck sustained fatal injuries. Authorities did not say that anyone else was involved in the crash. Road conditions were described as clear at the time of the accident. No contributing factors can be confirmed at this time, and additional details are pending further investigations.



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