• February 09, 2017

Ryan Stotts Injured in Abilene, TX, Motorcycle Accident

Abilene, TX -- February 8, 2017, Ryan Stotts was injured following an accident where their vehicle crashed into a car on Judge Ely Boulevard.

Abilene Police officials were called to the accident scene around 11:00 a.m. just north of the intersection of Judge Ely and Highway 80.

According to preliminary investigations, a motorcycle was driving southbound on Judge Ely. Ahead of it, a passenger car reportedly turned in front of him from a Sonic driveway. The motorcycle could not stop in time and crashed into the car, ejecting 34-year-old Stotts onto the roadway.

Stotts was transported to a nearby hospital for incapacitating injuries. His exact condition was not reported. The driver of the car was not injured.

Authorities did not say if any charges or citations were being considered. They say the crash remains under investigation.

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