• August 21, 2023

Robert Nelson Killed in Motorcycle Accident on F.M. 1942 in Harris County, TX

UPDATE (August 25, 2023): Harris County officials identified the man killed in the accident as Robert Nelson. Right now, additional details about the accident can't be confirmed.

Harris County, TX — August 21, 2023, one person was fatally injured as the result of a motorcycle accident that happened along F.M. 1942.

Statements released at this time show few details about the factors leading up to the accident. Current information states that a crash happened off the corner of Farm-to-Market 1942/Crosby Cedar-Bayou Road and Sralla Road.

Robert Nelson Killed in Motorcycle Accident on F.M. 1942 in Harris County, TX

Somehow, a motorcycle and an SUV going along F.M. 1942 crossed paths and collided with one another. Authorities confirm there was one fatality resulting from the crash. The identity of the victim and their exact involvement both remain unconfirmed at this time. Authorities continue to look into the events surrounding the crash.


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