• August 23, 2023

Woman Injured in Bicycle Accident on Butera Drive in Montgomery County, TX

Montgomery County, TX — August 22, 2023, a woman was reportedly injured due to a bicycle accident at around 11:15 p.m. along Butera Drive.

Outside of information provided by Scott Engle of the Montgomery County Police Reporter, there are few details available about the accident. Those reports indicate the collision happened in the Stage Coach area near Butera Drive and South Heaton Lane, which appears to be several miles west of TX-249.

Woman Injured in Bicycle Accident on Butera Drive in Montgomery County, TX

The factors surrounding the accident aren't clear at this time. Details suggest that a woman in her 40s was on a bicycle going along Butera when she was somehow hit by a vehicle. It's unclear what type of vehicle may have been involved.

MCPR suggest the woman was taken to a hospital in critical condition. there were no other reported injuries. Details about the driver involved, the cause of the accident, and any potential charges or citations are all pending further investigations.


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