• April 26, 2023

Jerry Don Wilcox Killed in Motorcycle Accident on Business 287 in Wichita County, TX

UPDATE (April 27, 2023): Recent reports from authorities identify the victim as 64-year-old Jerry Don Wilcox. Additional details regarding the crash remain unclear at this time.

Wichita County, TX — April 25, 2023, one person was killed as the result of a motorcycle accident at around 1:00 p.m. along Business 287.

Authorities with the Texas Department of Public Safety were called to the Iowa Park area off the corner of Peterson Road. Their statements did not specify exactly what happened in the crash.

Jerry Don Wilcox Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Wichita County, TX

Details at this time say only that a motorcycle and another vehicle collided, injuring the motorcyclist. It appears that the motorcyclist was taken to the hospital and later pronounced deceased due to the crash. Authorities have not released any public information about the identity of the motorcyclist or anyone else involved in the accident. It's unclear if anyone else was injured due to the crash.

Right now, there are no additional details about the crash available. Investigations are ongoing.


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