• January 04, 2017

Man Injured in Longview, TX, Motorcycle Accident on TX-149

Longview, TX -- January 3, 2017, a man was injured as the result of an accident on TX-149 where his motorcycle crashed with another vehicle.

Officials from the Elderville-Lakeport Volunteer Fire Department reported that the accident occurred in the night hours near the intersection of TX-149 and Younger Road.

According to their reports, a motorcyclist was driving down the highway. As he did so, he somehow made contact with a passenger vehicle also on the highway. This caused the man to be ejected from his vehicle onto the roadway.

Due to the accident, the man sustained injuries, though reports did not specify the severity of his condition. He was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. It's not clear if anyone else was injured.

Police did not report any charges or citations following the accident. It's currently unclear what factors might have caused the crash.

Investigations are still underway.

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