• August 31, 2023

2 Queen City Men Injured in Motorcycle Accident on F.M. 729 in Marion County, TX

Marion County, TX — July 19, 2023, two men from Queen City were injured due to a motorcycle accident at around 5:42 p.m. along F.M. 729.

Preliminary details surrounding the accident released by authorities indicate that the crash happened in the area of the F.M. 729 and James Street intersection.

2 Queen City Men Injured in Motorcycle Accident on F.M. 729 in Marion County, TX

According to officials, a 51-year-old Queen City man was on a Harley Davidson going eastbound on F.M. 729. A 77-year-old man also from Queen City was on a Yamaha also going eastbound ahead of the Harley Davidson. Authorities say that the Yamaha slowed to turn onto James Street, but the Harley Davidson crashed into the back of the Yamaha.

Due to the collision, both motorcyclists were taken from the scene with injuries said to be incapacitating. Authorities said they looked into intoxication as a possible factor in the crash, but it cannot be confirmed at this time.



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