• September 22, 2023

Matthew David Mellor Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Bastrop County, TX

Bastrop County, TX — August 6, 2023, Matthew David Mellor was killed following a motorcycle accident at around 10:10 a.m. along F.M. 812.

Preliminary details about the accident indicate that it took place in the area of Farm-to-Market 812 mile marker 558 just off Boyd Road.

Matthew David Mellor Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Bastrop County, TX

Authorities said in their statements that 33-year-old Matthew David Mellor was on a Suzuki motorcycle traveling northwest along F.M. 812. At a curve in the road, the motorcycle ended up going across Boyd, then off the side of the roadway. There, the motorcycle went through a ditch before hitting a tree.

Mellor was thrown from the motorcycle due to the collision. He sustained fatal injuries as a result. There were no other riders mentioned, and authorities did not report any other vehicles being involved in the crash. The cause of the crash cannot be confirmed at this time.


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