• May 18, 2023

Jeffery Godwin II Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Wichita County, TX

Wichita County, TX — March 12, 2023, Jeffery Godwin II was found deceased following a motorcycle accident at around 8:01 a.m. along F.M. 2650.

Preliminary details about the crash say that it happened near the 198 mile marker of Farm-to-Market 2650. The exact time of the crash is unclear as authorities were called to the scene after a passerby found the crash scene off-road.

Jeffery Godwin II Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Wichita County, TX

Officials said that 32-year-old Jeffery Godwin II was on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle that was traveling southbound along F.M. 2650. It appears that the motorcycle somehow went off the left side of the road, causing it to go through the ditch and then into a tree.

When officials came to the scene, they declared that Godwin died due to his injuries. The reports right now do not mention any other vehicles being involved in the wreck. This and other potential factors surrounding the crash are still under investigation.



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